Q: How much does a translation cost?
A: The cost for a translation is calculated based on the number of pages. For documents other than type documents (diplomas, certificate, criminal record certificates, etc.), the number of pages is determined based on the number of characters (standard: 2,000 characters with spaces / page).
Q: How long does the translation take?
A: The duration of the translation process depends on the text volume. In general, a translator is able to cover 8 – 10 pages / day. .
Q: Where should I go to hand over the document to be translated?
A: The client needs not move. The document can be sent by fax, e-mail or it can be handed over at the client’s office.
Q: Is the translation’s content confidential?
A: Of course, the translators’ code of conduct requires confidentiality. Moreover, a confidentiality agreement can be executed between the client and the translator.
Q: What does “certified translation” mean?
A: The certified translation is a written document, signed and sealed by the “certified translator” (a translator habilitated by the Ministry of Justice to translate official and international acts), by means of which it is certified that the translated text is true to the original document.
Q: What does “notarized translation” mean?
A: The notarized translation means that the signature and seal of the certified translator are authenticated by a Notary Public.
By means of this service, provided by the NOTARY PUBLIC, the Notary Public simply certifies that the translation’s signatory is a certified translator and that the signature accompanying the translation is the signature of the certified translator in question.
The notarized certification can be made only based on the original documents bearing the seal and the signature of the issuing authorities.
The notary public authentication cost – the FEES of the notary public – is not included in the translation cost; it shall be separately paid by the client (RON xxx/ notarized copy).