Tag Archives: Certified Translation

Why You Shouldn’t Rely on Your Computer to Do Translation Work

If you just need a simple translation of a short document, you may be tempted to just open up your web browser and find a site that offers free, computer generated translations. It will take you just a few minutes and won’t cost you anything. This is a bad idea and you need to contact […]

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Do You Need Certified Translations?

Certified translations are translations that have an additional document, attached to the copy, saying that the translation was done by a certified translator who works for a company that is a member of a larger translation association.

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Certified Translation of Affidavits

Legal documents translated from foreign languages need to be certified in order to be presented in the UK. This includes but is not limited to an affidavit, also known as a Solemn Declaration or a Statutory Declaration. This type of statement must be sworn before an authorised person and is destined for use in court. […]

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Understanding Certified Translation

When you hear the words “certified translation” you might wonder what is being discussed. A certified translation is a professional translation between languages that is held to a specific standard based on the type of certification the translator receives.

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Obtaining an Official Translation

Any time you have a document that you need translated into another language, you will need an official translation. This is especially true if the document is an official paper such as a contract. Obtaining a certified translation via a professional company or translator is better than trying to work through the translation personally.

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