Translation Services

Your cousin may be fluent in Spanish, but that doesn’t mean you trust them to translate your corporate paperwork (and he’s also not likely certified to complete the task).

It’s not an uncommon request for businesses to need documentation to be translated, especially in the process of opening up a foreign entity or preparing information for the government. This translation also commonly needs to be conducted by a certified translator, an individual who has the authority to denote that the documentation is an accurate foreign translation of the original document. 

Certified translation is often required by government bodies when submitting legal documentation.

Certified translations are exact and complete translations of documents. Certified translators are not permitted to interpret the meaning behind the text and we include notations that indicate the individual translating your company’s documents does not have any relation to the company, ensuring transparency in the preparation of your translations.

We offer Certified Translation in over 150 languages. Our turnaround time is typically 2-3 business days but highly depends on the amount of information required to be translated. Only human translators are used for these services, your documents are not being processed by a machine that can’t confirm the validity of the translation.

The 10 most popular languages requested for translation services are:

  • Arabic
  • Chinese
  • French
  • Germany
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Portuguese
  • Russian
  • Spanish

Documentation we typically translate (among many others):

  • Apostille
  • Employee Handbook
  • Driver’s License
  • Business License
  • Rental Agreement
  • Passport
  • Legal Contracts
  • Financial Statements
  • Resume

We make every effort to maintain similar formatting in the translation of your documents to make the final product easy for you and the intended recipient to review and understand.

All translations are provided in digital format, typically Microsoft Word. Should you need a physical copy of the translated documents to be mailed, this service can be provided for an additional fee.

Our pricing is a fixed rate, based on the number of pages and words contained in your documentation. Reach out to us today to receive a no-commitment quotation for Certified Translation.

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