In the United States many private and governmental entities such universities, courts, USCIS, hospitals, Board of Registered Nursing, and banks request certified English translations from parties who are trying to submit a foreign language document. When foreigners hear that they need to have a certified translation of their non-English documents, they usually want to know what it means and how they can get it. They frequently ask if that is the same as an official translation. By contacting California Center for Translation & Interpretation they can get a professional translation and present it to the organization that requested it. We are specialists who have mastered the art and science behind translation and interpretation. When you go to the experts you minimize the chances of facing issues with your certified translations. Please email us your documents for a quote: email@example.com.
Certified English Translations for Universities
Many 4-year universities across the United States want international applicants to submit the certified English translation of their academic records. They usually do not have their own translators who can translate school transcripts and diplomas from foreign languages into English. The admissions officers need to review the academic performance of candidates who have completed their studies abroad. They also have to make sure that the translations they receive are accurate. Therefore, they request translations with certifications. We have translated many academic documents including transcripts, report cards, certificates, diplomas, licenses, etc from foreign languages to English for universities throughout the United States.
Certified English Translations for USCIS
For US immigration cases you might need your personal documents such as a birth certificate translated. Individuals who were born in non-English speaking countries, for example, might be asked to supply a certified translation of their birth certificates. Applicants who filed for divorce in a non-English speaking country might also be asked to provide a certified translation of their divorce certificate. For K-1 visa you might need to provide the translation of background checks and other documents.
Certified Translations for Businesses in Los Angeles
Businesses might need training manuals, surveys, and handbooks translated for their employees. For legal purposes they might need to have a certified copy on file. If they have a legal issue with an employee they might need to use the translation of those documents in a court. We are happy to send an electronic copy of the translations so that your company can print it and provide it to your employees and also mail you a certified copy, if required. We have translated many documents for businesses in many industries that operate in Los Angeles and other parts of the world.
Official Translations for Medical Offices
We can translate vaccination records, prescriptions, medical equipment user manuals, patient consent forms, doctor’s notes, and other medical documents from foreign languages into English and vice versa. If you need to have a medical text translated, please get in touch with us. Our translators who specialize in medical terminology can translate your documents.
Certified Translations for Passports
We can translate and foreign language documents for individuals who are applying for a new passport or renewal of an expired passport. We can also translate entrance and exit stamps on passports for USCIS. Please email us all the pages that you need to have translated.
Why do I have to get my documents translated and certified?
Many private and public organizations want to review your personal, academic, or medical information in English. In order to ensure accuracy and completion they will request a certified translation. In many instances they prefer a translation by professional translators because they are unbiased and have no interest in the case at hand. We have ample experience translating various types of documents from foreign languages to English. We support many languages including Spanish, French, German, Polish, Chinese, Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, and Korean.