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How to Become a Court-Appointed Translator/Interpreter?

Let us briefly outline what one needs to comply with in order to qualify for appointment as a court interpreter or translator.

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Sworn Translation

A sworn translation produced by a court-appointed interpreter* attests that the translation is faithful to the source document. A printed copy of such a translation is firmly attached to the source document and the two are accompanied by the interpreter’s endorsement clause bearing the interpreter’s signature and seal.

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Certified Translations: Apostilles, Legalization, Superlegalization and Authentication

Are you wondering what these documents are good for? And where to get them? And in what order it is best to collect them? All of this will be explained…

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