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Certification: Where is the added value for legal translations?

When moving from country to country or when dealing with foreign governments over personal matters it is always very important to understand documentation needs and how best to work with each government as the circumstances dictate. Whether you are looking to translate a Birth Certificate, an Adoption Decree, a Death Certificate, a Trust, a Will, […]

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How On-Site Translations Can Help Your Business

Businesses are always looking to expand their markets once they reach a certain level of success, and a great way to expand is to reach out to foreign markets as well as local non-English speaking markets. This of course creates situations where businesses are in need of help when it comes to crossing the language […]

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Does U.S. Spanish Exist?

On many occasions, when translators consult with our clients about which Spanish-speaking public they want to address, we come across the answer that “we want a translation in U.S. Spanish.” Yes, even though we all know that the most spoken language of this country is English and that this can sound very contradictory, the Spanish-speaking population […]

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Atomic Errors

As translators and translator agencies, we are constantly running into erroneous or nonsensical translations. In some cases – such as the ones that we published in a post from a few weeks ago in which we cite some examples taken from the cinematic world – they end up being comical. However, translation is a key […]

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Interpretation Programs in Hospitals

Nowadays, it is very common to hear about interpretation services offered within hospital environments or in situations that have to do with health or medical consultations. This is due to the fact that, often times, people from country “X” who go to a hospital are foreigners who do not have sufficient knowledge of the language […]

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On Acronyms and Public Policy

The English language, especially the type spoken in the United States, is very inclined to use initials or acronyms (initials that are pronounced as if they were a word, for example NATO, NAFTA, or UNESCO). From the most international OK – whose origin can be traced back to the American Civil War between the southern […]

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