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Translator in kef

I'm currently gathering together all the paperwork needed for My husband's visa application. He can't find a certified translator in le kef, and I was warned against a bogus one there on another forum.would anybody know of one in the kef area.
Many thanks.


  • edited July 2015
    Throughout Tunisia there are "Notaires" (notary in English) who are public officials whose main powers include administering oaths and attesting to signatures, both important and effective ways to minimize fraud in legal documents. A notary can also assist with the translation of documents. Iam surprised your husband is not aware of this.
    Go to this link and clink on Le Kef and it will bring up a list of licensed notaries in Le Kef.
  • Thank you very much,but I can't get the link to work.even when I type it there any other way I can access this information?
  • edited July 2015
    The web page does not seem to be available so I suggest your fiance asks the Le Kef Ministry of Justice for a list of notaries.
  • Libby - if he goes to the local municipality they will give him the names of translators and he can then take his documents to the beladiya who will certify for him. Kef is a big city (my Mother in law family from there) and there are quite a few translators so it shouldn't really be a problem for him.
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