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Translations & Interpretations Services
Everyone in our office is bilingual English and Spanish.

Yes, we can carry out all your translation needs, and we do most of it for free, within our office if it only takes a couple of minutes to explain, more detailed you need to make an appointment.

Do you want a translator with you for the Notario, medical centre, townhall or another meeting? We can provide you with this service. Contact us for a free no obligation quotation.

We can introduce translators who speak your language; Spanish, French, Catalan, English, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, German, Portuguese, Italian, Arabic, Russian, Japanese and Chinese. If you require another translation just ask.

The difference between interpreting and translation is how you do it.

The interpreter translates verbally, while a translator interprets written text.

The cost of an interpretation depends on the language and timescale and programmed diary dates. There are tariffs per hour, for half day and full day. Discounts are available for interpretations / translations lasting more than 2 days. Contact us for a free no obligation
quotation.

Do you require an official translation, interpreted to written form we can provide this service with both; stamp and a certification by an official translator.

This will provide you with a legally valid translations, for example; many consulates in other countries recommend attaching an apostille to translations. This is common practice for translation of documents to be presented at a Notario or Court in Spain Contact us for a free no obligation quotation.

To summarize our Translation and Interpretation services:

  1. Liason interpretation. The most common translation service we provide. Ideal for small meetings between a smaller number of people, or as a guide for someone visiting an area, office, or where they find themselves in an area whose language they do not speak, and they wish to understand.
  2. Face-to-face consecutive interpretation. The speaker talks first, and immediately after the interpreter translates what the speaker has said. For meetings, presentations, courses, press releases, etc.
  3. Simultaneous interpretation. Behind-the-scenes, real-time interpreting for conferences and high-level official talks.

Conference rooms equipped with interpretation booths and headphones for the audience – This is the normally used for important congress meetings over 2 hour periods.

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