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Hi everyone! Can someone explain me what is the meaning of "professional letterhead"? I need to send my college transcript and since it is not in English the university requires the following: “Documents not in English must be accompanied by a translation verified by a language professor or professional translator and must arrive on the professional letterhead of the translator.” Thanks in advance!

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That translator is supposed to be a professional one and he/she will probably have a letterhead that will be at the top of every professional letter that he/she sends out. The letterhead is just something like a logo that is automatically at the top of each page (or at least the front one) of the letter or document.
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