We provide professional certified translations of business, accounting, legal and professional corporate or private documents from English to any foreign languages and vice versa. The languages covered in-house include, but are not limited to Italian, Spanish, Greek, Polish, German, French, Romanian, Arabic, which we represent with native speakers in-house; as well as Portuguese, Russian, Korean, Japanese and Chinese.
We provide fast, accurate, gold-standard professional certified translation of business, accounting, legal and professional corporate or private documents from English to any foreign languages and vice versa.
‘Sworn’ translations are stamped by the qualified translator who has been sworn in by the courts and/or embassy of the relevant country. Certain overseas registries e.g. in Austria, Brazil, Germany, Greece and Poland require documents to be ‘sworn translated’ before they accept them for filing. We are happy to arrange the translation, certification by the sworn translator and/or embassy, legalisation/apostille (if necessary) and dispatch of the original stamped translations to your foreign recipients.
Notarial certification in foreign languages
The UK does not ‘swear in’ translators, and the UK gold-standard equivalent of a sworn translator is for a notary to certify that a translation is an accurate, true and faithful translation of the original document, either on the basis of a certificate signed by the translator or if the notary is personally qualified in translation for that language. We have the signatures of many fully qualified translators on our books which allows us to arrange and certify translations for you at high speed with no compromise on quality. Some of our Notaries a fully qualified translators and members of the Chartered Institute of Linguists. We are always happy to produce the notarial certification that the translation is accurate directly in the target language.
If you do not need your translation to be certified, we can provide a high-speed service and deliver the translation to you by email.
Once you have shared your document and confirmed whether you need a plain/convenience translation, a notarially certified translation, and/or a translation stamped by a translator sworn to a particular court/embassy, we will quickly provide you with a quote (by word count), timescale and process.
We regularly work with all the Consulates in London, and we are also members of the Italian Chamber of Commerce, Arab British Chamber of Commerce and Spanish Chamber of Commerce.
Corporate or private documents notarised by our Notaries Public; deeds, agreements, powers of attorney, copy passports, diploma degrees, marriage and birth certificates, affidavits and declarations.
Legalisation at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office by means of an apostille, as well as Embassies, Consulates and High Commissions in London submitted with professional courier service.
We provide Professional certified translations of business, accounting, legal and professional corporate or private documents from English to any foreign languages and vice versa. The languages we cover include, but not limited to Italian, Spanish, Greek, Polish, German, French, Romanian, Portuguese, Arabic, Chinese.
We review, pre-clear, notarise and register ship mortgages, discharge, transfer of mortgages, bills of sale, declarations of ownership and appointment of authorised officers at ship registries.
We can arrange corporate documents to be notarised or any other document that the director(s) or representative of the Company needs to sign. We can arrange a meeting at one of our offices in central London or one of our notaries can attend your premises for your convenience with our mobile notary service in London and beyond.
As a process agent (agent for service of process, registered agent) we are able act as an independent party upon whom documents, notices, court and arbitration proceedings may be served on behalf of our client.
Let us do the heavy lifting for you
If you have any questions regarding the apostille or legalisation process, please forward your documents to us by email to [email protected], we will then review them and advise you on the fees and timescales and if any supporting documents will be required. Alternatively, complete this form