From March 2023, NAATI released digital identification options for certified practitioners. Practitioners can choose to use either a physical translator stamp or ID card, or the digital option.
Digital stamps are available for use by all certified translators and although they’ve been designed to resemble physical stamps, they have several enhanced security features and differences to physical stamps.
If you are presented a NAATI digital ID card or see a NAATI digital stamp on a translated document, it will contain a unique QR code which can be scanned to verify the credential.
The QR codes are specific to the day it was generated, a new stamp is downloaded on the day the translation is done.
If you are unable to scan the QR code, you can enter the unique 32-character identifier displayed below the QR code directly into a web browser.
Scanning the QR code or entering the 32-character identified into a web browser will show you the details of current or expired credentials held by the Translator.