Do you need a notarized translation, but wonder why there are no fixed costs listed anywhere? Don’t despair – ask SemioticTransfer. We can give you an overview of the different factors that will determine the price of your translation.
How is the price for notarized translations broken down?
Various factors play a role in calculating the price of a notarized translation.
- For one thing, the language combination is particularly important. A translation from German to English is far more common and easier than a translation from Chinese to Arabic. The greater the complexity, the higher the price.
- The subject-matter and the length of the text also play a big role. A simple letter is much easier to translate than a technical manual or a court ruling. The latter will require greater in-depth knowledge and extensive research. One other thing is clear: the longer the text, the more work it will require and the higher the cost will be.
- The nature of the document also plays a part: common documents such as birth certificates have a standard format and we handle such documents on a regular basis. This means they will be quicker to translate.
- Do you need your translation quickly or with an apostille? This can also make it cost more.
Are notarized translations expensive?
There is naturally a certain amount of work involved in providing a fast and professional service of first-class quality. Ultimately, however, the nature of the document is what will determine the price. Do you already have a specific project in mind? Then you can request a non-binding cost estimate here. We provide a rapid, professional service. We can help you with the translation of your documents and will also handle the notarization and apostille for you. You can rely on our expert translators and our service, leaving you free to concentrate fully on your business. As a long-established, certified translation agency, we’re happy to help!