I am listed in the Register of Sworn Interpreters and Translators (registration number 136) for sworn translations from Dutch and German into English.

What is a sworn translator?

A sworn translator meets the professional standards set by a civil court in the Netherlands and so is authorised to certify translations.

What is a sworn translation?

A sworn translation includes the sworn translator’s statement, signature and official stamp. This confirms that the translation is a full and true translation of the source text, which must be attached.

What types of documents?

Sworn translations are often required by, for example, a government organisation or foreign court. These translations may be of official corporate documents such as articles of association and deeds of transfer, or documents from public or other official registers such as diplomas, identity documents and certificates.

Authentication of sworn translations

Some clients require a sworn translation to be authenticated (‘legalisation’) by a court. I will be pleased to arrange this for you.