Certified Translation

Certified Translation

We are authorised to provide legally verified translations in over 140 languages. The team at London Translations is capable of delivering professional translations to companies working within any industry.

What Is Certified Translation?

Certifying a translation confirms that the new material is indeed a true translation of the text’s original content, formally proving its accuracy. Certified translations can be conducted in-house or by the responsible translator.

We mark in-house certifications with both the London Translations stamp and the signature of your assigned project manager. As an ISO-accredited organisation, we are authorised to provide this kind of verification, ensuring that each translation is high-quality, accurate, and recognised by governments abroad.

A translator’s certificate, on the other hand, is directly provided by the linguist responsible for the translation, rather than the project manager. Clients may prefer this means of certification, and request information regarding the translator in order to prove the content’s credibility.

Certified translations are usually required for international business purposes and legal proceedings. For instance, legal companies may ask for translator’s certification as opposed to in-house. Therefore, it is vital you know the differences between the two, and which type is right for your business.

Here at London Translations, we work with native speakers who have demonstrated extensive experience in a number of sectors. This ensures they will be fluent in industry-specific terminology, and enables us to provide our clients with the highest quality translations. With over 4,000 expert linguists in our vast network, we can deliver translations in endless language combinations. Contact a member of our team to learn more about our services.

Do I Need a Certified Translation Service?

You will require a certified translation service for the majority of documents used for legal purposes. Without the correct certification, government bodies may reject the translation altogether.

Examples of documentation that needs certified translation include:

  • Birth and marriage certificates
  • Contracts
  • Loan or mortgage applications
  • Patents

We provide a certified translation service that is fully accredited for in-house translations, and only work with official linguists who can authorise a translator’s certification. This guarantees the highest accuracy with each of our certified translations.

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Our blend of expertise, talent and commitment has helped us become one of the most sought-after translation agencies around. Get in touch with our team today and discover more about our services.

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Pricing packages available

You can use our services on an adhoc basis or take advantage of one of our contracted offers to suit your business requirements. Enter into a bespoke contract with London Translations and we will tailor a pricing package that best suits your business requirements:

Pay per minute of dictation for digital audio
Pay per word for copy typing
Pay by the hour for manuscript amendment or reformatting documents
Monthly fee that covers all services
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