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Gujarati Document Translation


Get UK documents translated into Gujarati & notarised for India

Do you need a document translating from English into Gujarati, or vice-versa?

If you’re applying for an OCI and only have a marriage certificate or birth certificate in Gujarati, you will need a notarised translation. We can swiftly translate and notarise the document all-in-one, before you submit it to the Indian High Commisison. Or, have you been sent an affidavit or power of attorney which is in Gujarati?

Our helpful in-house specialists in London can translate and notarise a wide range of documents and certificates, before they’re sent overseas to India.

Call our translation notaries on 0208 907 2699 or email info@mscnotaries.com to find out more.

Streamlined translation & notarisation for India

Need a notarised translation quick? Our in-house Gujarati translators can help you with drafting, notarisation and legalisation all-in-one.

We can save you time, stress and money by translating your documents into (or from) Gujarati, before we notarise them.

If you need an apostille from the FCO, or further consular legalisation by the High Commission of India, we can arrange this for you too.

  • Our Central London office is open Monday to Friday until 6pm (7pm at Harrow office)

  • If you need a notary open on Saturdays, our Harrow (North London) office is open from 10am until 1pm

Notarise Documents from Abroad – International Service

Some of our clients live overseas, so we offer a global service. If possible, our notary service can notarise your documents and authenticate certificates from another country. We also offer further apostille and consular legalisation if needed. Call 0208 907 2699 or email info@mscnotaries.com to find out whether you need a face-to-face appointment.

We can offer a mobile notary service – ideal for family members who find it difficult to leave their home.

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