A translator’s affidavit is required when the person who translated your document is not certified*, and I do not have to swear to the accuracy of the translation and my language proficiency before a commissioner of oaths or notary public.
I provide translations of official documents along with my certificate bearing the Ministry of the Attorney General accreditation number, which is accepted by most institutions. Please read ‘Regular Certified’ below for more information.
However, if you need a translator’s affidavit, it is available for an additional cost (commissioner’s fee + my fee).
* Certified means a member in good standing of a provincial or territorial association of translators and interpreters in Canada as defined by IRCC.