SPANISH DOCUMENT TRANSLATION SERVICES IN ABUJA BY A SWORN SPANISH TRANSLATOR IN SPAIN
We are Novatia translation , we provide Spanish document translation services in Abuja Nigeria. Many of our clients need to have Spanish documents translated into English or English to Spanish and the organisations requiring such translations sometimes also require that the translation be certified.
This is a very simple straightforward service which we are happy to offer at a very reasonable price.
Sworn translation is different from other types of translation because it is official in nature. In other words, sworn translations are carried out by authorised translators, who act in an official capacity to certify the accuracy of the translation. Sworn translators declare having provided a “complete and faithful translation” of the original. In Spain, such translations are carried out by a translator who holds the title of Sworn Translator by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation (MAEC). They are not civil servants, but rather official professionals who practice their profession on a freelance basis.
-Spanish to English Document Translation services in Abuja, Nigeria
-English to Spanish Document translation services in Abuja, Nigeria
Here is a list of the most common translations:
- Birth certificates
- Marriage certificates
- Death certificates
- Criminal records
- Police reports
- Academic records
- University certificates
- Medical records
- Government documentation
For a sworn translation to be recognised as such, it must be delivered on paper with the stamp and signature of a sworn translator. The signature and stamp guarantee the faithfulness and accuracy of the translation of an official document and guarantee its legal validity. To ensure its validity, it is also necessary to include a copy of the original with the date of the translation.
With regards to the format, a sworn translation must follow the original format. Each translated element is located in the same place as the original, making it easier to compare both documents. This is not compulsory, but it is highly advisable and is a practice that is followed by many translators. It is also acceptable if the translation follows the same order as the original, from top to bottom and from left to right. This was standard practice before the advent of desktop computers as everyday working tools, in other words, when translations were done on typewriters. In any case, logos, watermarks, signatures and stamps are not reproduced, but rather described as accurately as possible.