Sworn Translator of Polish – Sworn Translation of Polish
At CBLingua, we rely on a broad team of sworn translators of Polish who guarantee the best quality for all of our official sworn translations. CBLingua is currently situated as the leading translation business specialized in Sworn Translations. We offer the best Sworn Translation service across the whole of Spain at the best price. All of our sworn translators of Polish are accredited by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and, thus, all translations have a legal value before the authorities.
How to request a sworn translation from Polish into Spanish:
Send us a scanned copy of the document of which you need a sworn translation by email to email@example.com or by post to any of our Translation Agencies. To request a Sworn Translation service, we do not require the original documents just that the quality of the scanned document allows us to be able to read it.
Once the quote has been accepted and after receiving proof of payment via email, our sworn translator will begin working on the Sworn Translation of the document. Once this has been completed, the Sworn Translation will be sent to the address provided.
Let us know by which method you would prefer to receive your Sworn Translation: certified mail, express mail or courier service or, if you would prefer, you can also collect you Sworn Translation in any of our Translation Agencies.
How much does a Sworn Translation in Polish cost?
At CBLingua, we offer, without doubt, the best prices for a Sworn Translation in Polish with the best professionals. Our prices are the most competitive on the market. Why don´t you check for yourself!
We have established a standard price for short documents (certificates, passports, academic degrees……) For documents of more than 350 words we always apply an established rate by word for each language. In this way it makes it very cost effective.
Usual rates for a Sworn Translation in Polish:
- Sworn Translation in Polish: 55€ per document
- Sworn Translation from Polish-Spanish: 0.13€ per word
(guided estimate for pricing)
Who is a Sworn Translator of Polish?
The figure of a sworn translator of Polish is similar to a public notary, since they are charged with granting the validity and certifying the content of an official document so that it corresponds with your sworn translation in Polish. Through their seal and signature, the sworn translator of Polish accredits and grants the legal value to the documentation. A sworn translator of Polish not only carries out translations in the Polish language but also carries them out from Polish into Spanish. Thus, the sworn translator of Polish will carry out a translation into Spanish or Polish with the same efficiency and professionalism.
How do I know if I need a Sworn Translation of Polish?
Sworn Translations grant a similar legal status as a notarial act, by certifying the accuracy and veracity of the content of a document in another language. Thus, if your documentation has an official nature and must be presented before a public administration, judicial body or an academic institution, it will be necessary to carry out a sworn translation which relies on the signature and seal of the sworn translator of Polish, who acts in the capacity of a public notary.
When do I need a Sworn Translation in Polish?
So that the foreign documents are valid in Spain, they must be translated to Spanish by an official translator and be legalized (certified as authentic) or apostilled. The translations have to be legal and be sealed and signed by translators certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation. There are many factors at play when translating any documentation. It depends on the body or the activity for which it is destined. However, you can see here a guide with the most usual cases which require a sworn translation from Polish to Spanish and the document which you must translate.
The most frequent Sworn Translations for individuals:
Among the most frequent documents which require a sworn translation of Polish, the following stand out:
- Marriage certificates
- Birth certificates
- Criminal Record Certificates
- Academic Transcripts
- Transcript certificates
- Business Statutes