What is the procedure for a certified translation?
- You can send the document or documents either scanned or photographed by email, where they must be clearly legible and complete, to firstname.lastname@example.org
- You can bring the documents to our office in person.
- You can post the documents to us – we recommend that you only post copies and NOT originals – or send them by registered mail.
Upon receipt, we will contact you immediately by phone or email and give you our date of completion and the estimated cost.
The cost of a certified translation
Certified translations are more expensive than other specialist translations.
Because the certification fee per document (please note: not per page) has to be added. The net fee for certification is € 20.
Validity of a certified translation
DEPENDENT UPON THE COUNTRY OF DESTINATION
And at this point we return to our initial question: What do you need the translation for? We should also know – not out of curiosity, of course – where the journey is headed. To an authority in Austria, Switzerland, Germany, England or Australia? This is because the type of certification differs depending on country of destination. In some cases, notarisation with apostille is also necessary.
All your documents are in safe hands with eurolanguage. We vouch for this with our eurolanguage oath.