Document Translation and Legalisation service
Presenting your document overseas in a country in which English is not the predominant language will often necessitate the translation of your documents. It is always advisable to check if the authority requesting the legalised documents additionally requires a translation to ensure comprehension of the content of your South-African document.
If you do require a translation; our service will ensure your documents are accurately translated and formatted to match the original source. We can also legalise the translated document.
What we offer
Our network of translators ensures your document can be translated into an array of languages.
Fast service: Most standard translations are completed in less than 48 hours subject to the complexity of the document. We will be happy to provide you with an approximate timescale and quotation for your documents before you place an order.
Legalisation: An overseas authority may request that your translations are also legalised. We can ensure the translation is authenticated and legalised by the appropriate embassy if required.
Flexibility: Not all documents are alike and not all orders are straightforward. If you have a foreign document that requires translation we will be happy to help. Certain authorities may also request the translation be presented in a particular format and we will strive to meet your requirements.
We aim to provide an efficient translation service at competitive pricing and most standard translations are completed in less than 48 hours. Using our service is the easiest way to get your documents legalised and translated at the same time. Simply email an electronic copy of your document to us for a fast quote and let us take it from there.
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