Our certified translation services are accepted by UK authorities including the Home Office, General Medical Council, NARIC, Courts of Law, future employees, insurance agencies, educational institutions,clubs and other such authorities.
Our certified translation services start from £65 and are usually translated within 24 hours. We stamp and sign the translation alongside a letter of authenticity/certification and post it out first class to your specified address.
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|Death Certificate Translation||Divorce Certificate Translation|
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|Insurance Documents Translation||Adoption Papers Translation|
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A standard certified translation is an appropriate solution for most cases. However, there are deeper levels of certified translations that are required for different purposes.
Notarised Translations – A notarised translation is usually requested by Government agencies and legal bodies. This process involves a Translation Services 24 representative attending an office of notary to sign and stamp the document. The original document is required for this level of certification.
Apostille – The purpose of an apostille certified translation is if the document needs to be presented overseas (outside the UK). The process is the same as a notarised translation with an additional step of sending the document to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office for authentication. This translation is suitable for all countries abiding to the Hague Convention.
Sworn Translation – A sworn certified translation is when the translator has sworn in front of a solicitor and notary office that they accurately conveyed the translation.
To find out more information regarding our certified translation services, send your document(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org and get a quote in minutes. Alternatively give a representative a call on +44 (0)20 8677 3775. We look forward to providing a suitable solution.