Professional translation is the accurate communication of meaning of written information from one language (the source language) to another language (the TARGET language) without amending, altering, adding or subtracting any element from the source message. Our translators understand and take into account the cultural and regional linguistic differences in order to convey a complete message in the TARGET language through a process known as localization.
Our Translators are highly educated and trained professionals who specialize in translating texts within their respective areas of expertise. They have the ability to understand the nuances of language pair with which they work. Our translators are certified by the American Translators Association (ATA) and receive continuous education to stay abreast of language constant evolution.
Public notary services and translation certification are available for all documents.
Our certified and notarized Academic translations comply with the official requirements of the different Academic accreditation bodies as well as transcript evaluation agencies. Our company routinely translates the following documents, among many others:
- Academic transcripts
- Official Correspondence
This specialized team of translators use their experience and expertise in their respective fields of study to produce native-like written materials. In addition to the technical knowledge required for this endeavor we understand your TARGET audience’s cultural and regional linguistic differences. Our company routinely translates the following texts, among many others:
- Engineering Specification Books
- Architecture Plans
- Scientific Publications
- Employee Manuals
- Services Manuals
- Marketing Materials
- Academic Textbooks
- Children’s books
1. Where can I translate documents and what kinds of documents can I have translated?
Professional and certified translation services
Documents can be translated into different languages through professional document translation services. Translation services are provided by agencies, both public and private, in the United States nationwide including Florida, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Illinois, California, North Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Texas that specialize in the translation of documents. Any document can be translated as long as there are no restrictions preventing such action. Some of the most common translated documents include birth, death, and marriage certificates, divorce papers, and immigration documents.
2. How much does document translation cost?
Translation Service Pricing
The price for a document translation is not set in stone as there are a number of variables that the professional document translation service will need to account for in their final asking price. When a quote for a document translation is requested, a professional translator will base the final price on the type of document up for translation, the targeted language, the length of the document, formatting, turnaround time, and other equally important specifications as per the client’s request. Professional translation services reserve the right to price their translation services as they see fit, as a result, it is important to note that the price of a translation service does not directly correlate with the quality of that service’s translative work. Professional translation services are available in the USA nationwide and throughout Florida including Miami, Fl, and Orlando, Fl.
3. What are translation services?
The act of translating a document, from one language to another can be a difficult process. Translators are trained and certified to do just that. They are people who have a knowledge of at least two languages and use their skills and knowledge to translate bodies of text.
4. How do translation services work?
The process of translating is typically quite simple. You contact a certified translator, send in the document that needs to be translated. You receive a quote back, accept the quote and the translator gets to work. Depending on how much text or how large the document is, will depend on how long the translation takes.