Certified translations of official documents, certificates and diplomas
An officially certified translation is always required when it comes to official documents such as birth certificates, marriage certificates or company register excerpts. As soon as a document is designated to be submitted to a public authority, it falls into the category of certified translations. Courts or even universities require legally certified translations.
How can you tell if a document is an officially certified translation?
All legally certified translations must contain the following three items:
- the original or a copy of the original text,
- the fully translated text,
- the note of authenticity of the court interpreter/sworn translator.
Diplomas, certificates and official documents can be quickly and professionally translated and certified
Sworn translation of documents, diplomas and certificates
Would you like to have your diplomas and certificates translated and certified? For example, we can provide you with the certified translation of the following documents:
- certified & sworn translation of documents (birth and marriage certificate)
- certified & sworn translations of diplomas and certificates (university or school leaving certificate, official certificate)
- translation with certification of court rulings
- certified & sworn translation of driver's licenses and identity documents
- certified & sworn translation of company register excerpts and contracts and much more ....
Translation with certification for English and for all other languages
Most frequently, we produce translation with certification into English or from English. Of course, we also offer the certified translations from German into many other foreign languages and from many other foreign languages into German. All language combinations are possible! We provide you with an officially certified translation which is valid in all countries of the world.
Translation certified by our court-certified | authorized court interpreters
Only an accredited/sworn translator | court interpreter authorized by a court can certify a translation. The latter confirms the accuracy and completeness of the translation with an attestation of authenticity, his / her stamp and his / her signature.