Certified translations in Bottrop. Bottrop-Sworn Translator
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.
Please email us a (good quality) scan of the document(s). We respond to all queries within one day, usually within 24 hours. We will be happy to provide you with an offer free of charge and without obligation. We undertake to maintain strict confidentiality with regard to all enquiries and to the content of all translations. Special reduced rates apply to charitable organisations and students.
Certified translations /Beglaubigte Übersetzungen in Bottrop
Bottrop is a city in west-central Germany, on the Rhine–Herne Canal, in North Rhine-Westphalia. Located in the Ruhr industrial area, Bottrop adjoins Essen, Oberhausen, Gladbeck, and Dorsten. The city had been a coal-mining and rail center and contains factories producing coal-tar derivatives, chemicals, textiles, and machinery. Bottrop grew as a mining center beginning in the 1860s, was chartered as a city in 1921, and bombed during the Oil Campaign of World War II. In 1975, it unified with the neighbouring communities of Gladbeck and Kirchhellen, but Gladbeck left it in 1976, leading to Kirchhellen becoming a district of Bottrop as Bottrop-Kirchhellen. It is also twinned with Blackpool, England.
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