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Every certified translation prepared according to USA standards has a date of issue, and must be notarized by a Notary Public who had a valid accreditation from the State at the time of issue of the document. The Notary's stamp mentions the expiration of the Notary's credential, however, this has nothing to do with the translation. As long as the expiration date of the Notary's credential occurs after the date of issue of the translation you are fine.Which does not mean that a U.S. counterpart may not require a more recent translation of a certain document, for a number of reasons. For instance, a recent translation of a marriage or divorce record might be required, as proof of marital status of the person, for in some countries, these documents contain marital status updates.
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