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Certified, notarized or legal translation - Philippines
Certified, official translation - Philippines
Certified (official) translations are performed by a sworn translator, which are authorised by the corresponding court to officially certify a translated document. Certified translation of documents is often requested by consulates and embassies during immigration purposes, or by universities and schools while submitting the applications, for tender bids, etc. Any document requiring official certification will go through a legal procedure, which is carried out by an official translator who will in turn legally certify and stamp your documents. Sometimes it is called notarized translation in Philippines since in some countries a certified translation is legalized by a notary public. Certified translators are officially sworn and can perform a certified translation on the language pairs they are competent. Here, on Babr, you will find certified translators in Philippines which can provide official translation from Egnlish, German, Russian, Spanish, Italian, French, Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Portuguese, Mandarin, Romanian, Bulgarian and other languages.
The list of documents, which can be translated by certified translators:
- Birth certificates, Marriage certificates, Legal contracts.
- Death certificates, Insurance certificates, Driving licences, Court rulings.
- Divorce decrees, Police criminal records checks, Diplomas, Bank statements.
- Registration documents, Passports/ID cards, tax return, academic transcript, affidavit.
The price of a certified translation in Philippines depends on several factors. The first factor being the urgency and complexity of the document. A certified translation of the passport can be done within an hour, while a certified official translation of the academic transcript or legal contract might take more time and will cost more. A source and target language may also affect the price of the certified document translation, so an official translation rate of a rare language is higher. For example, a certified translation of marriage certificate from Uzbek to French will cost much higher compared to a translation from Spanish to English, simply because fewer certified translators available for this language combination. Also, if you need an urgent certified translation in Philippines, you can expect 15 to 20% increase in price. An average price for a certified translation of one-page document in Philippines is in the range of 15-35 EUR. If you order higher volumes you can get a discount.