Certified translations in Augsburg. Augsburg-Sworn Translation

Cer­ti­fied trans­la­tions in Augs­burg. Augs­burg-Sworn Translation

TRADUSET offers gen­er­al, spe­cialised trans­la­tions and cer­ti­fied trans­la­tions.

Includ­ed in our range of spe­cialised trans­la­tions are legal, med­ical and tech­ni­cal trans­la­tions. Our trans­la­tors work only into their native lan­guage (Eng­lish, French, Span­ish, etc.), to guar­an­tee you the best pos­si­ble quality.

Do you need a sworn trans­la­tion of your doc­u­ment to sup­port an immi­gra­tion, legal or aca­d­e­m­ic appli­ca­tion in Ger­many, or at a Ger­man Embassy?

Cer­ti­fied trans­la­tions by sworn trans­la­tors accord­ing to DIN EN ISO 17100

A sworn trans­la­tion is dif­fer­ent from a nor­mal trans­la­tion inso­far as it is signed and sealed by a sworn trans­la­tor and is there­fore regard­ed as hav­ing offi­cial and for­mal sta­tus by the author­i­ties. Sworn trans­la­tions pro­vid­ed by us are accept­ed by the Standesamt (Civ­il Reg­istry Office), Aus­län­der­be­hörde (For­eign Reg­is­tra­tion Office) and oth­er Ger­man insti­tu­tions, such as uni­ver­si­ties, local author­i­ties and courts.

We trans­late and cer­ti­fy all offi­cial doc­u­ments in Ger­many for organ­i­sa­tions and pri­vate indi­vid­u­als, includ­ing: aca­d­e­m­ic tran­scripts, mar­riage cer­tifi­cates, wed­ding cer­tifi­cates, birth cer­tifi­cates, degree cer­tifi­cates, police clear­ance cer­tifi­cates, divorce decrees, dri­ving licences, pass­ports, etc.

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Cer­ti­fied trans­la­tions /Beglaubigte Über­set­zun­gen in Augsburg
Augs­burg is a city in Swabia, Bavaria, Ger­many, around 50 km west of Bavar­i­an cap­i­tal Munich. It is a uni­ver­si­ty town and region­al seat of the Regierungs­bezirk Schwaben with an impres­sive Alt­stadt (city cen­tre). Augs­burg is an urban dis­trict and home to the insti­tu­tions of the Land­kreis Augs­burg. It is the third-largest city in Bavaria (after Munich and Nurem­berg) with a pop­u­la­tion of 300,000 inhab­i­tants, with 885,000 in its met­ro­pol­i­tan area. After Neuss, Tri­er, Cologne and Xan­ten, Augs­burg is one of Ger­many’s old­est cities, found­ed in 15 BC by the Romans as Augus­ta Vin­delico­rum, named after the Roman emper­or Augus­tus. It was a Free Impe­r­i­al City from 1276 to 1803 and the home of the patri­cian Fug­ger and Welser fam­i­lies that dom­i­nat­ed Euro­pean bank­ing in the 16th cen­tu­ry. The city played a lead­ing role in the Ref­or­ma­tion as the site of the 1530 Augs­burg Con­fes­sion and 1555 Peace of Augs­burg. The Fug­gerei, the old­est social hous­ing com­plex in the world, was found­ed in 1513 by Jakob Fug­ger. In 2019, UNESCO rec­og­nized the Water Man­age­ment Sys­tem of Augs­burg as a World Her­itage Site.

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