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INTRODUCING NAATI-GENERATED DIGITAL STAMP AND SIGNATURE
FOR CERTIFIED TRANSLATORS IN AUSTRALIA
The National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) provides a digital stamp and signature for certified translators. This eliminates the need for the traditional "wet" stamp and signature and ensures that the translations thus endorsed are of the highest quality and accuracy. The digital signature and stamp also mean that the translations can be printed at the client's end without the loss of fidelity or authenticity. This guarantees that the translations are accepted as valid and official documents. NAATI's digital signature and stamp provide a secure and more reliable way to authenticate translations, while also being cost-effective for the clients. Digital stamp and signature are generated by NAATI on the day the translation is certified with the date corresponding to that on the certification clause.
Of course, you can still opt for the traditional ("wet") translator's signature and stamp to certify your translation.
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