Speak Your Language offers a range of translation & interpretation solutions including documents & certificates’ translation services Australia-wide. As a leading translation company, we provide our services to individuals and organisations through a team of accredited translators, providing our services in more than 120 languages.
Our NAATI certified translators cover a range of translation requirements including all document translations, so you can rely on us for all your translation requirements.
We provide quality translations of both standard and non-standard documents, you can apply to get your translation online, you’ll also receive your certified translation by post.
Here, we’ll provide answers for some of the frequently asked questions by our customers:
Q: Which documents can you translate?
A: We provide all documents’ translation, including:
- Driver licences translation
- Marriage certificate translation
- Divorce certificate translation
- Birth certificate translation
- Death certificate translation
- Passport translation
- ID translation
- Police certificate translation
Q: How much does translation cost?
A: Rates would vary according to the nature of the document as well as the word count. Charges apply for translations requiring desktop publishing. To obtain an accurate translation quote, we will need to view the material or the document which can be emailed to us.
Q: How long does it take to complete a document’s translation?
A: This will depend on the complexity of the document, but we do offer express translation services for urgent document translations.
Speak Your Language offers a range of translation & interpretation solutions including documents & certificates’ translation services Australia-wide.
Q: Do you translate from any language to another?
A: We provide documents’ translation for over 120 languages, through our team of accredited translators, we can help with almost any language.
Q: How can I ensure my privacy is guaranteed?
A: All of our accredited translator sign a confidential disclosure agreement before they are assigned any work. They understand that any document handled by our company is subject to this non-disclosure agreement.
Q: Are your translations accepted in court hearings?
A: Yes. Your solicitor might ask that translations for court submission or personal documents such as diplomas, university transcripts, or birth and marriage certificates to be certified by NAATI, which we do offer as part of our services.
If you need to talk to a translation expert in Australia, talk to our team today or request a free quote online.