Do you need a certified, official German to English translation?
I can help you. My certified translations of official documents are accepted by US authorities, such as USCIS (for visas and immigration), WES, and universities in Santa Barbara County, Los Angeles, California, and the rest of the USA. All such translations are accompanied by a certificate of accuracy with my ATA-certified translator stamp. Mailed hard copies are included (within the US).
Do you need a certified, official English to German translation?
In some cases, I may also be able to help you with certified English to German translations for German and Swiss authorities. However, since regulations are currently in flux, please check with the office in charge whether translations by an ATA-certified translator are accepted. In many cases, only translations by a translator who is “beeidigt” or “ermächtigt” are accepted. If you need a certified translation for Austria, I am definitely NOT able to help you, since only Gerichtsdolmetscher are allowed to provide such translations.
Are you confused or stressed about the certified translation process?
No worries, just fill out the quote request form here, upload the document that needs translation (secured via SSL), and tell me what you need the translation for. I take it from there. If you need the translation fast, I provide express translations and shipping. I can also ship directly to your university or other US institution.
How much does a certified translation from German to English or from English to German cost?
My pricing structure is super simple. You pay per page, and if you need express shipping, you pay for express shipping at cost, everything else is included: translation, stamped certificate of accuracy, emailed PDF, standard shipping of hard copies within the USA. That’s it. Just fill out the quote request form, sit back, relax, I got you covered.