High-quality certified translations German-Italian and Italian-German
Professional translation services
Our professional translation services offer you high-quality certified translations from German to Italian and from Italian to German. Our native translators have extensive knowledge of both languages and ensure precise and accurate translations for official documents, contracts, certificates and more . We attach great importance to adhering to quality standards and delivering your translations on time.
Which documents require a certified translation by a sworn translator?
Documents that require a certified translation for use abroad typically include:
- Diplomas, certificates, license to practice medicine Documents for taking up professional activity abroad, such as a license to practice medicine for doctors.
- Notarized Documents : Various types of documents that must first be notarized, such as contracts, powers of attorney, or other legal documents.
- Financial and economic documents : These can be, for example, balance sheets, annual reports or other financial documents that must be presented abroad.
- Other legal documents : These include birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees, court orders, and other government certifications.
A certified translation is required for all of these documents to prove their authenticity and accuracy abroad.
Native translators for precise results
Our native translators specialize in certified translations between Italian and German. Thanks to their in-depth knowledge of both languages, they are able to precisely grasp fine nuances and technical terminology and translate them into the other language. This ensures that your documents, contracts or certificates are translated correctly in terms of content and linguistically flawless in order to meet the requirements of authorities, companies and other institutions.
For which documents do we offer certified translations?
ISO-certified language service provider: Guarantee of the highest quality according to ISO 9001 and ISO 17100
As an ISO-certified language service provider according to ISO 9001 and ISO 17100, we guarantee the highest quality and professionalism in our translation services.
ISO 9001 certification proves that our quality management system meets international standards, while ISO 17100 is specifically tailored to the needs of translation service providers.
These certifications provide neutral evidence of compliance with strict quality standards and demonstrate our ability to deliver professional translations in accordance with established requirements. By meeting the criteria of these standards, we ensure that our customers always receive precise, consistent and technically correct translations that meet the highest standards.
Sworn translator German-Italian and Italian-German
A sworn translator is a professional language expert sworn in by a government agency to provide official translations. This oath confirms the translator's qualifications and authority to produce certified translations for use by authorities, courts and other official bodies. Sworn translators are subject to strict ethical and legal standards to ensure the accuracy and integrity of the translated documents. Certification by a sworn translator gives the translations official legal validity and authenticity.
Certified translation German-Italian and Italian-German
A certified translation is an official translation of a document that has been prepared by a sworn translator and has been certified. This note confirms the accuracy and completeness of the translation as well as the qualifications of the translator. Certified translations are often required for legal, regulatory or academic purposes to ensure the authenticity and accuracy of translated documents abroad. They bear the seal and signature of the sworn translator and are considered official proof of the accuracy of the linguistic translation of the original document.
Italian-speaking countries include various countries and regions in which Italian plays an important role. In addition to Italy, where Italian is the official language, the language is also spoken in parts of Switzerland, San Marino, Vatican City and some parts of Croatia. There are also Italian language islands in Greece, Slovenia and Malta. The spread of the Italian language is also reflected in Italy's international importance in the areas of art, culture, fashion and gastronomy. Italian is also one of the official languages of the European Union. This diffusion makes Italian an important language in international communication and emphasizes the need for accurate and culturally adapted translations for the exchange of content in this global context.