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for authorities, administrations, consulates and embassies
  • publicly appointed and sworn translators guarantee the correct translation
  • the correct spelling in your documents
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Public institutions in the Federal Republic of Germany have accepted the legally flawless translations by for 27 years now®
Certified translation by sworn translators for authorities, offices, consulates & Embassies

Certified translations are translations of public documents prepared by a court-authorized translator and accompanied by a certification formula.

The Hague Protocol is an international agreement that confirms the authenticity of public documents through an apostille. An apostille is a note issued by a designated authority of the state that issued the document.

There are various authorities that provide information on certified translations and the Hague Protocol. Here are some links that might be of interest to you:
  • The IHK Fulda offers a page on the Hague Apostille, explaining the two forms of apostille and naming the competent authorities for issuing and recognizing apostilles.
  • The Beck Job Market publishes an article on the certification process for documents and translations in international document traffic, explaining the requirements, costs, and deadlines for applying for an apostille.
  • The state of Schleswig-Holstein offers a page on certifications that highlights the differences between legalization and apostille and provides guidance for the translation of documents.
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