If you need to translate the death certificate of a loved one but are not certain about the procedures, regulations, and fees of this service, the following article from Thao & Co. will give you detailed answers.
A death certificate is a type of civil document that confirms an individual’s deceased status, including information about the time, place, and cause of death. When an individual passes away, the relevant authority will issue this type of document to their family.
Death certificate translation involves converting the text on the death certificate from the source language to the target one while preserving its meaning.
Death certificate translation service is often required in the following cases:
A death certificate is an important legal document issued by the government. Therefore, translating a legal document like a death certificate requires adhering to these requirements:
When considering death certificate translation, it is essential to understand different countries’ legal regulations. For example, some countries require a certified translation, while others like South Korea, Vietnam, Japan, etc., require a notarized translation for certain procedures.
The process of death certificate translation at Thao & Co. follows these 5 steps:
Step 1: Receiving project information
Within 24 hours of receiving the documents that need translating and additional requests (if any), we will respond with a project quote and estimated completion time.
Step 2: Making payment
You can choose a payment method such as cash, bank transfer, credit card, or online payment platforms.
Step 3: Translating
A translator will work meticulously on translating the death certificate. A proofreader then carefully examines the translation to ensure accuracy.
Step 4: Certifying the translation (if requested)
After completing the translation, you can request us to certify the translation. In case a notarized translation is needed, you can opt for notarization services at Thao & Co. to save time and effort.
Step 5: Delivering the final work
Thao & Co. will promptly deliver the completed product through your preferred method, either via email, express delivery, postal service, or in-person pick-up.
The translation process for death certificates usually takes 1 to 2 days. If you have additional requests like notarization or consular legalization, it may take an additional 1 to 2 working days.
The rate of death certificate translation is not fixed, as it depends on factors such as the source and target languages, urgency, and formatting fees.
Furthermore, the rate may change if you have additional requests like notarization or certification by a certified translator, or consular legalization. For certified translation, Thao & Co. issues a Certificate of Translation Accuracy free of charge upon request.
To learn more about the rate of death certificate translation, please provide your specific requirements for a detailed quote.
Although death certificate translation may not be complex, it still requires proper language skills and legal knowledge. To avoid issues in legal procedures in the future, it is best to choose a reliable and professional notarized/certified translation service.
You can consider Thao & Co. Translation Company for accurate and professional translation!
With years of extensive experience in legal translation, Thao & Co. commits to providing swift and professional certified and notarized translation services. Our team of experienced linguists can ensure accurate death certificate translations from common to less common languages.
For a detailed consultation on our certified and notarized translation services, please visit our Get a Quote page and provide your information today!
We provide professional Death Certificate Translation Services in more than 50 languages: