German Birth Certificate translation in Dublin
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CertifiedTranslations.ie is a leading translation and legalisation agency based out of Dublin. We specialise in the translation of German to English and English to German documents. Regardless of the document’s type or style, we can translate it. However, we most often translate vital documents like certificates and licenses. Why is this? Because they are the most needed and requested by our clients. Without a doubt, the most translated document over the years has been the birth certificate. We can provide a certified translation of a German birth certificate for only 20 euro. In fact, most German vital documents are only 20 euro per page. More complex documents may vary in price depending on content. To find out how much we can do your translation for, send us an email with a description and a scan, and we will reply to you in minutes with a quote, which includes price and completion time.
We consider ourselves experts in German to English translations and vice-versa. Why is this? Not only do we have bilingual German and English staff, but we also have an office in both Dublin and Munich. Additionally, and perhaps most importantly, we always have both German and English in-house translators on hand.
Translating, certifying and legalising your German birth certificate with certifiedtranslations.ie
If you were born in Germany but plan on studying, working or simply reside in Ireland, you will need a certified translation of your birth certificate. The Irish authorities will request, along with the original birth certificate, a certified English version. What type of certification do you need? That depends on what you are applying for and to whom you are applying. Sometimes our standard certification is sufficient. Other times, you will need certification by Notary Public or Solicitor. Fortunately, we provide both of those services upon request. Prices vary, but we can guarantee the most competitive prices because of our close relationship with both Notaries Public and Solicitors.
In some cases, you may even need an Apostille or Consular Legalisation. While an Apostille is easier to get, both processes are time-consuming and confusing. We have a legalisation team that can simplify this! We make daily visits to embassies in Ireland, as well as to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Don’t waste your time going from one government agency to the next. Let us do the work for you.