Legal translation services are usually required when submitting files and paperwork relevant to your work to government entities in the UAE. Formal papers from all branches and specializations must be translated and attested to take the official form needed to be accepted by these authorities.
At Al Taresh Amer Typing Center for legal translation, we provide professional services to assist you to complete this quickly and easily. Our experienced and well-trained crew promises you accurate, error-free translations delivered on schedule.
Before the document can be translated, it must first be attested by the UAE Embassy in the country where it was issued, and then it must be attested by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFAIC) once it arrives in the UAE. After these two stages are completed, the document can be translated and stamped by a sworn translator.
The document should be signed and stamped by the UAE institution or individual who issued it, or the relevant UAE certifying authority, prior to translation. The UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFAIC) can then attest the paper. It is also required that the document be attested by the embassy of the country in which it will be used.
We specialize in legal translations for a wide variety of papers, licenses, and certifications, including:
1. What are legal translations in the UAE?
A legal translation is what you need when submitting official documents in the UAE. It is sometimes known as “official”, “notarized” or “sworn” translations in other parts of the world. It’s what allows you to use the documents safely for all official purposes in the UAE.
2.What are the types of legal translations available?
We offer various translation services, such as legal and document translation for marriage certificates, degree translation services, driving license translation services, and immigration translation services in Dubai.
3. Do documents need to be attested before being legally translated?
Yes, all the documents that you want to legally translate should be attested before translation.