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Certified translations

The certified translation means the authentication of a simple translation by a translator certified by the Ministry of Justice. In order for a simple translation to be certified, it is stamped and signed by a certified translator, the same one that has done the translation. The certified translator thus confirms that the translation is correct and the content, the sense, and the meaning of the initial text have not been modified.

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Three things you should know about certified translations

1. What is a certified translation?
The certified translation means the certification of a simple translation by a translator certified by the Ministry of Justice. For a simple translation to be certified, the translation is first printed. The stamp and signature of the certified translator, the same translator who performed the translation, are applied to the printed translation. The certified translator thus confirms that the translation is correct, and that the content, sense, and meaning of the initial text have not been modified.

2. What kind of documents can a certified translator certify?
A certified translator can certify any kind of document he/she has translated, or any translation he/she has verified, irrespective of its nature.

3. What kind of documents need certification?
Any kind of document that has been translated can be certified, irrespective of its nature and of the procedure to be applied to the certified document.
It is expressly recommended to certify all documents with legal content or which represent official documents that are to be notarized. Only certified translations can subsequently be notarized by a notary public.

The linguistic range of translations performed by Babylon Consult

The linguistic range of certified translations performed by Babylon Consult covers over 30 languages, including their combinations:
  • arrow_forward Certified or notarized translations in widely spoken languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian;
  • arrow_forward Certified or notarized translations in other languages: Albanian, Arabic, Bulgarian, Czech, Chinese, Croatian, Danish, Hebrew, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Japanese, Latin, Macedonian, Hungarian, Norwegian, Dutch, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Serbian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Swedish, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese.

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F.A.Q.

  • expand_moreWhat is a certified translation?
    A certified translation is a translation made by a translator authorized by the Ministry of Justice. The document is certified by the translator's signature and stamp applied on it. Certified translations are not notarized authenticated translations.
  • expand_moreWhat is the price difference between a certified translation and a notarized translation?
    The notarial fees from the notarized translation are not added to the certified translations.
  • expand_moreDo you need the original for certification?
    We do not need the original document for a certified translation.
  • expand_moreIs the delivery of documents done by you?
    In Bucharest the delivery is free of charge, in the areas outside Bucharest there is a courier fee.
  • expand_moreHow long it takes to complete a certified translation?
    For a deadline, please send us the scanned document to the email address info@babylonconsult.ro; a certified translation takes less than a notarized translation. Our team of coordinators will analyze the document and give you a firm answer.
  • expand_moreCan you send the certified translation in electronic format?
    The certified translation can be scanned and sent by email.
  • expand_moreWhat is the difference between a certified translation and a notarized translation?
    A certified translation is a translation made by a translator authorized by the Ministry of Justice. The document is certified by the translator's signature and stamp applied on it. Certified translations are not notarized authenticated translations. A notarized translation is a translation made by a translator authorized by the Ministry of Justice, whose signature is, through the notarization process, certified by a notary office.
 

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