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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 ...

Firstly, I would like to note that your services are at the very high standard of professionalism. I was dealing with the certificates team. Their responses were always prompt and very helpful. I am thoroughly satisfied with the service I received and since it is very likely that I’ll need help with translations in the near future, I will definitely be coming back to you. A big thank you to you once again.

Inga, Harrow, England, 25 Jun 2010

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

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