Certified translations in Berlin
Standard translations sometimes don’t cut it. For example, courts, authorities and notary offices require certified translations from sworn translators. What does this mean?
True and faithful – officially
A sworn (or certified, accredited or publicly appointed) translator has taken an oath at a particular court or internal affairs authority that a translation is “a true and faithful representation” (§ 189 Para. 1 of the German Judicature Act [GVG]) after having proved their specific professional and personal suitability. This oath is valid throughout Germany.
Sworn translators can produce certified translations that contain explicit confirmation of the accuracy and completeness of the translated content
From employment contracts to birth certificates, SPRACHWEISER takes care of everything
We recommend first asking the authority in question whether you need a certified translation. This will usually be the case for the following documents:
• Court documents
• Academic degree certificates and employer references
• Identity documents
• Excerpts from official registers
• Civil status certificates
Whether it be Russian, Arabic, English, Ukrainian or another language, SPRACHWEISER provides hassle-free certified translations:
1. You send us your document.
2. We pass on your document to a sworn translator for your language combination from our network.
3. We send it back to you translated as usual, only this time with certification.
Competent support and tailored translation solutions
Send us your request! Your translation will be in good hands with SPRACHWEISER.