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What must we take into consideration when translating personal documents?

Undoubtedly, whenever we envision moving abroad to a country where the language is other than our native language, we must take into account that our personal documentation will most likely need to be translated and in most cases, be certified. Nowadays, and in an ever so often interconnected world, we are increasingly faced with opportunities […]

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How Are Word Counts Calculated for Complex Documents?

A few days ago we presented a first introduction to the issue of obtaining a word count for translation projects. Today, we will look at some important details that are crucial for further understanding this fundamental process in the industry. To do this, we will use practical examples of common quotes that we may confront any […]

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Where Do We Obtain Reference Materials for Translations?

Translators must sometimes undertake very specific translations focused on a very technical subject that is of critical importance to a client. In these cases, we must take into account that this client is entrusting us with something that could be crucial to their business or personal life. For example, sometimes we receive manuals for factory machinery or […]

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7 Reasons Why You Need Legal Document Translation

Legal documents are a fact of modern life—which begins with one certificate and ends with another. And in today’s increasingly globalized world, it is more and more likely that at some point, you will have need of a professional legal translation service. It could be that you get hired to work in a foreign country, […]

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The Google Effect

Some years ago, when we needed information to help us study, write a paper or translate, we had to go to the library and read books to find what we were looking for. And to find a phone number, we would have to check the phone book or our personal agenda. Since we had to […]

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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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