If you have a notary appointment and you need an interpreter, consider hiring an interpreter in your mother tongue even if you have excellent command of English. A certified interpreter is usually experienced with the terminology and subject matter discussed, and the language used by notaries is not only different from everyday language, but specific concepts do not even appear in other legal contexts. Therefore a certified Mandarin interpreter is usually required for Chinese speakers. The interpreter translates the explanation of the notary into Mandarin for you. Real estate transfers are the most common, but deeds for the establishment of an association or limited company are also passed in the presence of a certified interpreter when Mandarin speakers are involved. Just like in other situations, the interpreter is impartial and independent, and sworn to confidentiality. Call or send a message if you need an experienced certified Chinese notary interpreter.