Welcome to Certificate Translator - your one-stop shop for certified translations and legal translations!
Use this site to get a certified translation or to read general information on official documents and procedures, such as getting married abroad, working in the UK or applying for a passport or driver's licence.
Links and other information are categorised by country so you can see the UK embassies or wedding information for the Dominican Republic and Mexico for example. You can find descriptions of different documents and purposes for which a certified translation is needed. In addition to our guide on preparing documents for translation, you can get a rough idea of how much a certified translation can cost.
Please note, this information is given as is and by no means constitutes legal advice. Therefore we bear no responsibility for your use of this website and its contents. Use of this website and the available downloads means you accept these conditions.
TransAction is a long-established member of the Association of Translation Companies, recognised by the Home Office. Our certified translations are accepted in the UK for official purposes, and our sworn translations for legal purposes. Other countries have differing legal requirements, but our translations accompanying Foreign and Commonwealth Office Apostilles are often sufficient.
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Kind words from our clients ...
I used TransAction to translate some divorce papers. The staff were extremely helpful and polite, the whole process was very quick and simple, but at the same time highly professional. I can't recommend them highly enough. A first class quality service at a reasonable price. Thank you.
Heather, Chesterfield, England, 21 Dec 2011