Unfortunately it is never OK to notarize your own signature. Usually, the translator signs a statement verifying the translation is accurate as part of the process of translating a birth certificate, and then has their signature notarized. You must have another Notary notarize your signature on the translator’s declaration.
No matter how careful we are, mistakes happen. But a mistake on a Notary certificate could potentially cause real problems —rejection to a delayed transaction to legal consequences for the Notary, the signer or others. So how do you handle a mistake on a certificate? The answer depends on a combination of circumstances and your state’s requirements. Here are 4 tips for making sure you get the corrections right: Tip 1: Double Check The Certificate While The Signer Is Present C