Translation of documents

Officially certified translation of documents. Guaranteed recognition in every country.

According to federal court rulings, public notarization means the production of a document (contract) by a person entrusted with this task by the state, in the form required by the state and in the procedure prescribed by it (BGE 90 II 281).

Source: https://www.inr.unibe.ch/oeffentliche_urkunde/index_ger.html

Types of documents

Birth certificate, family card, marriage certificate, divorce decree, legal notice, death certificate, acknowledgment of paternity, acknowledgment of children, etc. 

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How do I order a certified translation of my certificate?

Please send us your scanned documents via e-mail to sales@unitranslate.ch and state the target language for the translation and the country of destination (where you would like to submit your documents). We will get back to you with a free offer in 30 min!

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How should a document be translated?

The translation of documents should be carried out by professional translators. UniTranslate's qualified and experienced translators translate from more than 60 languages. We would be delighted to count you among our thousands of satisfied customers. 

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Certified translation of documents

UniTranslate also translates documents with notarial certification and, if necessary, supplements the translation with an apostille or additional certification. Our experts will help you with the topic of certification.

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How long does it take to translate documents?

Depending on your needs, we also translate express (within 24 hours), the standard processing time at UniTranslate is between 1-4 working days, depending on the type of certification.

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