It is becoming increasingly important to have certified translated documents in multicultural countries such as Australia. A NAATI translator can translate a written message from one language to another language. A certified NAATI interpreter can also be used as a communicator between parties that don’t understand or share the same language. Our team of experienced and NAATI accredited translators can ensure that your documents and message is translated accurately and efficiently.
What does NAATI stand for?
NAATI stands for The National Accreditation Authority For Translators and Interpreters. It is Australia’s national accreditation body for the translation and interpretation industry. Translators and interpreters in Australia should be NAATI certified as it ensures that the service is of the highest quality.
What is NAATI translator?
If a translator or interpreter is recognised by NAATI, they are considered as accredited NAATI translators who can deliver professional-level translation services. There are different levels of NAATI certification including:
- Advanced Translator
- Advanced Senior Translator
- Certified Translator
- Paraprofessional Translator
- Recognised Practising Translator
Benefits of using NAATI Accredited Translators
NAATI translators are highly recognised and the accredited translators in Australia. They are certified to translate all education, legal and migration documents. By using a NAATI accredited translator, you are guaranteed that all documents meet the required standard.
Why Choose Speak Your Language
Speak Your Language is a national organisation that provides accredited NAATI translation and interpretation services in more than 120 languages. We have a team of dedicated and experienced NAATI translators that can provide seamless translation and interpretation services Australia-wide.
We offer document translation for all legal, education and medical documents including birth certificate, ID, passport, migration and medical certificate translation.
Over 120 Languages
We are a full-service translation company that provides over 120 languages translation.
Our service rates are *competitive in-comparison to other translation and interpretation services in Australia.
Our translation and interpretation services are available for 24/7 and special requests can be placed to shorten the document translation time.
Our translated documents are accurate and can be localised based on specific languages. We also have a 4.9 rating on Google.
What documents can be translated?
Our NAATI translators are accredited to work on different types of documents. For certain documents to be accepted in Australia including visa applications, they require a certain standard including a NAATI stamp, signature and certification. Our document translation includes, but not limited to:
What languages can be translated?
At Speak Your Language, we offer translation and interpretation services for over 120 languages. Our language translation and interpretation services include, but not limited to:
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How much does NAATI translation services cost?
Our translation service rates are based on the number of words translated and hours accumulated during the translation period.
Our rates are determined per translated word. We also charge based on the number of hours invested in document translations. Share the original content with us; email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off at our office.
Our translation service rates are determined by several factors including:
- Number of pages and words
- Amount of time
- Localisation requirements
- Special requests (incl. short-turnaround)
2. How do I certify a translated document?
For certain certificates and documents to be recognised as ‘certified’, requires the translator to be NAATI accredited and writing a formal letter specifying that the translated document is up to NAATI standard. Unfortunately, we do not certify documents that have already been translated. If you are interested in an accredited translated document, contact us today for more information.
3. Is NAATI only in Australia?
Yes, NAATI is the national standards and certifying authority that only governs Australian translators and interpreters.
4. How do you verify a NAATI translator?
An accredited NAATI translator and interpreter can be recognised based on their ‘certified translator stamp’ or through their ‘Verify Credential’ tool. A NAATI translator stamp is issued to all accredited translators.
5. Who can translate immigration documents in Australia?
All foreign documents related to migration require a full translation that is stamped by an approved translation service. The Australian government recognises all NAATI approved translators, this ensures that the documents can be certified and legalised for migration purposes.