FAQ

 

 

 

 

 

Documents

 

BMarz translators provide high quality document translation services worldwide. We translate texts of any size working for individuals and companies.

 

The types of documents that we translate include:

Brochures

Articles and Diploma Thesis - All sorts of Reports

Affidavits

Agreements & Contracts

Brochures

Birth, Marriage, Death, Divorce Certificates

Commercial and Personal Letters

Diplomas and Transcripts

ID Cards

Medical Documents

Passports

Power of Attorney

Student's reports and thesis

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Certification

 

We provide translations with BMarz certification in PDF format that can be submitted and delivered via email. For information on certified translations, please see below.

 

Certification

A basic certification by BMarz translators means that a statement written on our headed paper will be attached to the translated document confirming that the translation is an accurate and complete translation of the source language text. Sometimes this will be enough.

 

But depending on the purpose of the translation, this statement might need to be signed before a Solicitor, which we call Certified Translation, or before a Notary Public, Notarised Translation.

 

We need to see either the original or an extremely legible and complete copy of your documents in order to certify the translation. It is very important that all stamps and seals in the document are visible and legible. We do not accept documents submitted by fax.

You may post the document to us or send a scanned [high-resolution] file via email. If sending by post, we suggest you to use Recorded Mail or Special Delivery as these are  more secure.  You will find the relevant information here. Please contact us for special arrangement.

 

 

 

Once we have received your document we will return the original, together with the translation, within 2-3 business days in most cases. The document will be sent by first class recorded mail free of charge.  We can also deliver the translated document via Special Delivery, courier or international post, but these will incur extra fees