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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines

Anyone know of a service to translate documents (Spanish to English) that they could recommend? I've been getting quotes but so far the prices are ridiculous. Also I'm looking to get them notarized. Any help is greatly appreciated.

They do not need to be notarized, they do not need to be professionally translated. They simply need to be translated by someone who is competent in BOTH languages. You should have no issues finding someone who is qualified (ie.. school Spanish teacher). All the translator needs do is sign a statement that they are competent. It is really quite simple.


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Indonesia

I used USCTS.com

For Spanish, prices between $ 55-65 depending on what kind of document

They did a pretty good job with mine and Indonesian is not common.

Also did my friend's (She's from Poland)

So I'd say they are quite reliable :)

edited to add: you can upload your scanned document onto their website and then they will send you an email with a draft translation for you to go through before being finalized

Then they'll send the finished certified translation via express mail, takes about a week total time.

Edited by engineer21

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Filed: Timeline

...professional translators / translation agencies are not necessarily costly. The challenge is rather to find a good provider offering good rates among

the huge number of expensive and unreliable ones. Try the translators from Exxacto www.exxacto.net - you can name me as reference as I am a good & loyal customer...:-)


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