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Professional Document Translations
Our document translations are performed by highly experienced specialists who are carefully selected based on experience, credentials and successful trial period. Our translations are widely accepted around the USA and the world. We provide a variety of translation services to meet the various requirements of government and private institutions.
We have translated over 10,000 certificates, decrees, judgments, diplomas, transcripts and other documents for use in the United States and the rest of the world. We provide translations and certifications of accuracy in over 74 languages. We can now also obtain apostilles for our translations to be used abroad.
As a corporate member of the ATA, we also offer ATA-certified or accredited translation at super affordable rates and fast turnaround times.
Our certified translations are accepted by USCIS, US courts, Secretaries and US Department of State, professional boards, banks, US colleges, evaluation services and other government, academic and private institutions.
In a rush? No problem! We offer expedited services;
Priority Service - 10 - 24 hours - from $46.95 per page (250 words max)
Express Service - 3 - 10 hours - from $72.95 per page (300 words max)
1 to 3 Hour Service - from $105 per page - to request this service, type "1 hour" in the comment section of the contact form. If unavailable, we will downgrade it to the Express or Priority Service.
For orders with large word counts, we increase the rate by 30-50% to expedite it by 50%.
For extremely urgent orders, we offer negotiable rates.
Our latest record was 100 pages translated within 24 hours. Purely professional human translation. No machines.
How it works
The languages that we translate from and to: Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Russian, Italian, Japanese, Arabic, Hindi, Hebrew, Polish, Ukrainian, Thai, Romanian, Vietnamese, Dutch, Turkish, Greek, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish, Hungarian, Slovak, Slovenian, Albanian, Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian, Macedonian, Czech, Bulgarian, Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Korean, Farsi, Latin, Haitian Creole, Indonesian, Malay, Marathi, Tagalog, Javanese, Khmer, Lao, Urdu, Bengali, Punjabi, Tamil, Nepali, Telugu, Kannada, Dari, Pashto, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Georgian, Uzbek, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Turkmen, Mongolian, Kinyarwanda, Afrikaans, Amharic, Aramaic, Maltese, Catalan, Tatar, Yiddish, Assamese, Burmese, Swahili, Yoruba, Oromo, Hausa, Igbo, Zulu, Shona, Somali, Lingala and other European, Asian and African languages.
- birth certificates - marriage certificates - divorce certificates - death certificates - adoption certificates - police clearance certificates - high school diplomas - college diplomas - medical records - driver licenses - passports - certificates of incorporation - bylaws - bank letters or statements - court letters - power of attorney - affidavits - public deeds - contracts and agreements - child support documents - summons - complaints - theses - papers - dissertations - handbooks - journals - invoices - proposals - manifests- reports - bills of lading - emails - meeting minutes - patent applications - power point presentations - press releases - product proposals -resumes - tax returns - text messages and many more ...
We are here to answer your questions 24/7.
Are all your translations certified?
Yes, all our translations are placed on our company letterhead and accompanied with our certification of translation accuracy.
Are your translations widely accepted?
Yes, our translations are accepted by the USCIS, US courts, colleges, evaluation services, banks and other government, academic and private institutions.
Do you provide notarization?
Yes, when you place an order, you will have an option to have your translation notarized. A small fee is applied.
How do you ensure quality?
We carefully select the translators we work with. We look at their history, education, and experience. All our translators are qualified and/or certified.
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