Technically, yes. In the U.S. anyone can provide a certified translation. However, by signing the certification document, you are making a legal statement for which you can be held accountable in a court of law. While there is no law preventing you from certifying your own translation, most institutions will reject a certified translation completed by yourself because of conflict of interest.The best practice is to use a professional translation service that is experienced in certifying translations daily. Usually they'll offer guaranteed acceptance, so you don't need to worry about rejection or delays.
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A certified translation simply means that the translator is an experienced professional who has affirmed this fact in a signed statement. This statement can be completed by the translator or the translation agency to guarantee that the translated document is 100% correct and accurate.
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Worship songs seem to be all the same?
A time is coming where true worshippers will worship the Father in the Spirit and Truth!
Have you ever noticed lately that most if not all church service worship music is mostly a clone of the same type of beat from church to church? Here is a different spin!
The drums are predominantly the loudest instrument and then it might be the guitar that is blaring loud and the bass beat that will drown you into being death for sure!