Dutch certified, notarised and FCO legalised translation in Herefordshire

Dutch Certified, notarised and FCO legalised translation in Herefordshire

Many translations of Dutch documents and certificates need to be certified, notarised or legalised before they will be accepted as true translations. It is important that you check with the appropriate authority which type of certification they will accept.

Certified Dutch translation, Herefordshire

Our certified Dutch translations come in the form of a letter printed on Knockhundred’s letterhead certifying that, as a professional translation company, Knockhundred has undertaken the translation.

Notarised Dutch translation, Herefordshire

Our notarised Dutch translations are stamped and signed by a Notary Public. Here at Knockhundred Translations, we have a longstanding agreement with our own Notary Public who is able to send the notarised Dutch translations directly to any address in Herefordshire.

FCO legalised Dutch translation, Herefordshire

Some authorities require Dutch notarised documents to be further certified/legalised by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). Our Notary Public is able to organise the entire legalisation process ensuring the documents are returned to your address in Herefordshire.

Our Dutch translators regularly translate birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, educational qualification certificates and any other official documents or certificates.

We offer a professional Dutch translation, certification, notarisation and legalisation service in Hereford, Bromyard, Leominster, Ross-on-Wye, Kington, Ledbury and throughout Herefordshire.

Please note that we are, of course, only able to certify and notarise translations that have been completed by us.

Requesting Dutch translation, certification, notarisation or legalisation in Herefordshire

If you have a Dutch document you need to be certified, notarised or legalised, simply get in touch with Knockhundred and we will be happy to advise you and provide you with a competitive quotation.

While you’re here... some quite interesting facts about the Dutch language

Dutch is a West Germanic language with about 28 million speakers (in 2012), mainly in the Netherlands and Belgium. There are small Dutch-speaking communities in northern France, around Dunkerque. Dutch is also spoken in Aruba, the Netherlands Antilles, Suriname and in Indonesia. The official or standard form of Dutch is known as Algemeen Beschaafd Nederlands (ABN), 'General Civilized Dutch'. It is taught in schools and used by authorities in the Netherlands, Flanders (Belgium), Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles. An association known as the Taalunie (Language Union), which was set up by governments of the Netherlands and Flanders, regulates the orthography and spelling of ABN. Alternative names for ABN are Algemeen Nederlands (AN), General Dutch, and Standaardnederlands, Standard Dutch. The Dutch dialects spoken in Belgium are collectively know as Flemish (Vlaams). They differ to some extent from the Dutch spoken in the Netherlands in terms of intonation and pronunciation, and there are minor differences in vocabulary, including loanwords from French and English not found in Standard Dutch.

Dutch sample text

Alle mensen worden vrij en gelijk in waardigheid en rechten geboren. Zij zijn begiftigd met verstand en geweten, en behoren zich jegens elkander in een geest van broederschap te gedragen.

Courtesy of Omniglot

Dutch example video

This is intended as a language sample video - the subtitles/captions were not created by Knockhundred Translations.
You can find more information on our subtitling services here
And lastly, a Dutch tongue twister

Langs de koele kali liep een kale koeli
met een kilo kali op zijn kale koeli-kop.