Certified Translations | Alphatrad Glasgow

Alphatrad Glasgow offers certified translations into all official European languages as well as many non-European ones. A certified translation is used to confirm that the content of a translated document complies with the original fully and accurately.

We offer two types of certified translations:

Certified (official) translations (declaration from Alphatrad)

A certified translation is a translation that also comes with a signed and stamped declaration from Alphatrad. It will confirm that the project has been carried out by a professional, competent translator and that the translated text is accurate and complete.

Certified (official) translations (from other European countries)

In other European countries sworn translators are authorised by the corresponding government to officially certify a translated document. Depending on your requirements, we can also work with our other European Optilingua counterparts to obtain sworn translations certified by the corresponding country.

 

We produce certified translations for a large number of languages and countries. In addition to the UK, this includes Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Portugal, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Denmark, and Spain. We are in contact with sworn translators in many other countries such as Brazil and Poland.

If you need a certified translation for another country, send us your request and our team in Glasgow will always try to find a solution that works for you.

 

We translate and certify official certificates such as:

 

If you need a Spanish to English translation, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Polish, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Japanese or any other language, Alphatrad Glasgow offers a proven high-quality services in over 100 languages and dialects. 

If you would like to receive some general information or a price and deadline for your official translation please contact one of our representatives in Glasgow at glasgow@alphatrad.co.uk and we will be more than happy to help!

You can also visit our FAQs Page for more assistance.