Certified Translation of documents
Certified Translation for English • Spanish • German | Sworn Translator in Berlin
Certified translations into German, English and Spanish are offered for documents and deeds to be presented at public authorities, universities, employers, courts, notaries and other official entities.
Being a sworn translator in Berlin, I’m authorized to issue official document translations with the certification, stamp and signature of the sworn translator. Due to its official character, these certified translations can generally be used for official purposes in Germany and abroad.
Certified translations for English, German and Spanish
My authorization as an official and sworn translator was carried through by the President of the Berlin Regional Court and is valid for English, German and Spanish. I’m therefore authorized to perform certified translations for the following language pairs:
- English ⇒ German • German ⇒ English
- Spanish ⇒ German • German ⇒ Spanish
Documents for the certified translation
My service for certified translations includes official documents, certificates, deeds and similar papers. Subsequently, you will find a selection of documents which typically require a certified translation by a sworn translator:
High School Diploma, school leaving certificate, diploma, Bachelor degree, Master degree, Doctor’s degree, transcript of records, academic certificate, qualification certificate, employment reference, testimonial, etc.
Birth certificate, certificate of parentage, family register, marriage certificate, divorce certificate, non-marriage certificate, death certificate, certificate of change of name, etc.
Notarial deed, contract, last will and court decision, etc.
Identity card, migration documents, passport, residence title, residence permit, assurance of naturalization, renunciation of citizenship, migratory documents, driving licence, etc.
Medical report, psychological appraisal, veterinary certificates, etc.
Adoption certificate, psychosocial evaluation, parental aptitude certificate, child development assessment, etc.
Entry in the Commercial Register, business registration, tax registration, tax statement, business deregistration, etc.
Certificate of residency, confirmation of registration, lawyers’ letter, notarized letter, power of attorney, certificate of conduct, apostilles, insurance policy, etc.
Validity of the certified translation
- In Germany: The certified translation is generally valid all over Germany and recognized by German authorities, courts, notaries, universities, etc.
- Abroad: Generally, the certified translation can also be presented abroad. In some cases, you may need additional legalizations such as the Hague Apostille and/or a legalization by the Embassy of the target country.
Learn more about “certified translations”
You’ll find more helpful information about official translations on my Questions & Answers page at FAQ: Certified Translation.