Certified Translations

Need a certified translation as soon as yesterday? Or maybe you need your diploma translated and certified by a sworn translator? Whatever your translation needs, Pangea Global has you covered.

With extensive expertise in linguistics and translation, our certified translators are subject-matter experts skilled in a range of disciplines from business, finance to law and medicine, across 60 languages.

Why trust us with your certified translations?

At Pangea, we are committed to delivering excellence, and fast. This is why we have stretched our antennas and made sure we recruited the best translators out there. Here is what we offer you:

• Certified translations aligned to ISO 17100 standards
• Fast delivery from the date of submitting the request
• Flexible, client-centric approach tailored to your needs
• Best possible rates for the level of complexity you require

Documents that require a sworn translation include:

• Diplomas • Contracts & Agreements
• Reports/ Financial Statements
• Child   adoption   documents

National IDs  • Court Orders

Powers of Attorney  

Memoranda of Association  
• Transcripts 
• Birth/Marriage/Divorce/Death certificates
• Notary /Immigration documents

Certified Translations at a Glance

Legal proceedings may require the translation of documents (e.g.: court decisions or decrees, corporate documents, such as memoranda of association, statements, tax declarations, contracts or agreements, or personal documents, including birth/death/marriage/divorce certificates, apostille certificates, etc.). To be valid before authorities, these translations have to be authorised by a certified translator, who applies his/her signature and seal onto the translated document. In turn, this serves as a guarantee that the translated text is accurate and carries the same meaning with the original.

Notary Documents at a Glance

Notary documents are legal instruments that carry the certification of a notary public, issued to individuals and legal entities, and serve as the notary’s validation of the authenticity of the notarised document(s). Notarised documents are generally used in court proceedings, as well as in legal transactions, such as real estate or financial business. 

In countries where certified translation services are not available, the notary acts as a certified translator and certifies the translation. The most common notary documents are:

Apostille Certificates

An apostille certificate is an official document that authenticates the validity of a document to be used internationally, without the need of further legalisation in the destination country. Typically, the apostille is issued by the country where the document originates from.

Notary Statements

A notary statement can be construed as a declaration whereby the notary states that they personally know the individual signing the statement, as well as a trustworthy witness who has identified the individual in person, and that the notary has identified the individual based on their documents of identity.