The public sector deals with numerous documents that need to be translated for a range of procedures by either organisations or members of the public.
The translation of these documents is particularly complex as any errors, omissions or slight changes to the meaning could be problematic. Procedures may be delayed, there may be red-tape issues or courts may give a ruling based on the wrong information.
The same issues may arise in police stations or during trials involving sensitive matters such as robbery, assault or violence. In such instances, those involved must be able to communicate effectively, overcoming any language barriers to protect their rights.
Furthermore, numerous procedures, both nationally and internationally, require certified translations of documents. In Spain, sworn translators are accredited by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and are authorised to certify that a translation is true to the original.
That’s why our professionals have comprehensive training in this field, as well as relevant qualifications and extensive experience. You can rest assured that any legal process you find yourself involved in will not not hindered by a lack of understanding between you and public bodies.
What can we help you with?
Sworn translation of wills
Sworn translation of marriage certificates
Sworn translation of divorce certificates
Sworn translation of family registers
Sworn translation of birth certificates
Sworn translation of academic degrees and certificates
Translation of fines
Translation of letters from foreign governments
Translation of curricula vitae
Translation of sentences
Translation of administration exams
Translation of bureaucratic administration documents
Sworn interpreting before notaries
Interpreting for police procedures
Interpreting in court
Interpreting at civil marriages
Interpreting in administration courts
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Our credentials in this sector
Certified translators accredited by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs , European Union and Cooperation