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Sworn Translations

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A sworn translation (also called a public, legal, official, or certified translation) of a document is endorsed by the signature and seal of a Sworn Translator who is authorized by the Foreign Office to translate official documents. A sworn translation shows that the document translation is genuine, and these translations are regarded as having formal status by the authorities, which is hugely important for the success of any visa application.

Certified translations are important in various legal proceedings and filings for court systems and government agencies. Many government agencies require a translation to be certified before they will accept a particular document as valid.

When does one need sworn translation?

Authorities and government agencies require documents that are written in foreign languages to be accompanied by an exact Sworn Translation of the original text and certified by a sworn translator.

We provide certified translations for the following documents and many others:

Marriage certificates
Birth certificates
Degrees and diplomas
Bank statements and letters
Title deeds
School certificates
Court rulings
Police Clearance Certificates
Divorce Decrees / Certificates
Death certificate
Wills and Trusts
Academic diplomas
Medical Records
Immigration documentation
Naturalization documentation
Documents for submission to Home Affairs Department
Financial Records
Work permits
Foreign Patents

How does it work ?

To start the process, you need to email our team and provide the details of your documents that need translations. Once the team receives the documents a quote will be provided, and the process begins.

We take few days depending on the volume to provide certified translation. Prices will be based on the languages it is translated to and from and the type of document that is to be translated.

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