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Why do I need a certified translation and what type of certification do I need?


The supply of a translation with a stamped declaration on headed paper, stating that to the best of the translator's or agency's knowledge and ability, they have provided a true translation of the original document.

This is usually what is required for getting married abroad, a change of name on a passport, showing your academic credentials or applying for a UK driving licence or housing etc. More than one copy of the declaration can be made and copies can also be provided in the relevant language, in addition to English.

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Kind words from our clients ...

I just wanted to thank you for such a smooth and professional service you provided me with last year when I needed my documents translating in order to get married in Mexico.
Everything was fantastic and I was so pleased that everything was right first time and was easily accepted in Mexico.
When we returned we had our wedding certificate translated back into English and this has been sufficient to obtain a new passport and driving licence.
So, thank you once again and I'd recommend you to any of my friends and family.

Helen, Worthing, England, 27 Mar 2008

Source: http://certificatetranslator.co.uk/purposes.asp?Certification=cert

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