Certified translations of Arabic documents

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Certified translations of Arabic documents

We are getting more and more requests for certified translations of documents from Arabic into English. The certified translations of these documents are clearly becoming a necessity for many different reasons. Fortunately, we have a pool of qualified translators who are ready to take on just about any project we throw at them!

We recently completed a project where we translated and certified several Arabic documents which needed to be used to support our client’s visa application. Our client was delighted with the end results which our linguists carefully formatted in exactly the same way as the original Arabic documents – especially as it meant that he was able to reunite with his family.

This project involved us translating and certifying the following Arabic documents:

  • Marriage certificate
  • Passports
  • Birth certificates
  • Professional qualifications
  • Driving license

We also offer Arabic certified translations of Affidavits, bank statements, divorce records, medical records and many more different types of documents. Each of our linguists specialise in different areas of translation and the different variants of the Arabic language, to deliver the best possible results for our clients. When it comes to certification, there are three choices that we offer:

  • Standard certification using our Knockhundred letterhead
  • Notarised certification which is stamped and signed by a notary public and;
  • FCO legalised translations which is where notarised documents are further legalised/certified by the British Foreign and Commonwealth office.

Need help?

Should you require our help with certified translations of Arabic documents, please do get in touch with us and our team will do their best to help you.

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