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We prioritise translation delivery and aim to get it completed within 24 hours.
We can also have the translation sworn, notarised and / or legalised (Apostille).
You can choose between the standard (5 - 10 days) or same day legalisation service (48 hours) provided by the Foreign Office. Quote includes admin fees.
We send your translation by post after PDF delivery. Required for Sworn, Notarised or Apostille translations.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What type of files are acceptable?

You may send us a Microsoft Word (doc or docx), PDF (scanned or editable) or Picture (JPG or PNG) file. All text, signature and stamps within the document should be clearly visible. You may upload one or more files when you order.

How are translations certified?

For certified translations into English, we produce the translation on company letterhead, with a certification cover page, attesting that it is a true and accurate translation of the original. This includes our stamp, signature and contact details.

Will your certified translation be accepted?

Within the UK, and as members of the Association of Translation Companies, our certified translations are accepted by the Home Office, Passport Office, UK Visas, USCIS and Universities. We also provide Sworn, Notarised and Legalised translations that meet the requirements of embassies and foreign authorities.

When will I receive my translation?

The standard turnaround time for certified translations is 48 hours. If you require it sooner, select the Urgent option when ordering, and we will aim deliver within 24 hours or sooner. For Super Urgent translations, please contact us first. Requests for postage, notarisation or legalisation may take longer.

Do you certify translations for passport and visa applications?

Yes we do. The majority of certified translations we produce are for clients applying for a visa, naturalisation, passports or for academic reasons. Therefore we take extra precaution to make sure they will be accepted.

How will my certified translations be delivered?

The default delivery method is as a PDF file sent to you by email. This can be printed off and used in your application. You may also order the physical copy, which is printed and posted within 24 - 48 hours.

Where are your translators based?

We recruit and work with translators globally. For translations from English, we may work with translators based in those countries, or in others. All translators sign our NDA and agree to our terms to treat your information securely and fairly.

I've been asked to obtain a sworn translation

Sworn translations are required for official translations into French, Spanish, Italian, Polish, Czech Republic and some other countries. For these languages, we only use authorised & sworn translators in those countries. Additional fees apply.

I've been asked to obtain a notarised translation ?

We can provide Notarised translations that meet the requirements of Foreign Embassies or Authorities. Our translations are notarised by a British Notary Public, then posted to you. Notaries charge per document, so we will inform you of any additional fees if you upload more than one document.

I've been asked to obtain a Legalised translation

Legalised translations demonstrate to the Foreign Embassy or Authority that the translation has been certified by a Notary Public, who is in turn known to the UK Foreign Office. We can provide same day or standard legalisation services to accompany your translation request.