Nord Tolk knows your industry and speaks your language.
That is why we have translators with high competence in a number of areas in most languages, who are available by telephone, screen or attendance.
Nationwide | Full discretion | Publicly approved |
State Authorized Translators | Certified Translators | Legalization (Valid) |
Translation of all private and public texts |
Competence and quality guarantee | GDPR Authorized Business | Follows ISO9001 standard
ADVERTISING SALES AND MARKETING
Sales and marketing texts. Hits the nail on the head!
Technical translation. Professionals.
Legal translation. Flawless translation.
MEDICINE AND HEALTH
Medical translation. All types of health translations.
Psychiatric epics, documents and dissertations. Projects at the highest level.
Translation of operating instructions. Customized solutions.
ECONOMICS AND FINANCE
Expert in finance and economics. Referees.
Translation of annual report. Build bridges internationally.
Newsletter translation / Newsletter according to the ISO standard. Special Education.
Translation of academic texts.
Translation for the hotel industry.
Send us your text for a non-binding offer within one hour:
Phone: 381 00 111 (Open 24 hours)
NOTARIZATION AND APOSTILLE
Nord Tolk helps to obtain notarial confirmation from Notary Public and Apostille stamp from the County Governor.
Notary Public is the name of the public official who carries out so-called notarial confirmations. Notarial confirmation involves giving a document or signature a public confirmation that it is genuine / valid. Notary Public in Oslo can be found at Byfogden (Tinghuset, 5th floor). In the rest of the country, the district courts carry out notarial confirmations.
In order for a Norwegian document to be valid abroad, it must be legalized. Normally, it is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that legalizes documents. However, there is a shortcut to legalization if the country to use the document has ratified the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961. In such cases, one can go to the County Governor and get an apostille stamp on the document, and this will apply as legalization. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has an updated list of which countries this applies to. Before you can get an apostille stamp on the document, it must first be notarized, that is, signed and stamped by Notary Public. Previously, translations performed by state-authorized translators became the apostille stamp directly without having to be stamped by Notary Publicus first.
This rule is changing. This may mean that translations made by a state-authorized translator must be notarized first, depending on which county you are in. The Apostille stamp does not confirm that the contents of the document are correct, but it does confirm that the signature of Notary Public / translator is genuine.
Documents to be used in countries that have not ratified the Hague Convention must be legalized by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs.
See information on the Foreign Ministry's website:
Notarial confirmation is sufficient for documents to be used in the Nordic countries.