dual citizenship transalations

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dual citizenship transalations

Postby roobyred » 11 May 2011, 16:26

I'm in process of gathering my paperwork necessary for Italian dual citizenship and am in need of translation services. Can someone recommened a person who's reliable/honest that I can entrust my personal information to? What do they usually charge? Is it worth waiting to gather all paperwork before having anything translated? My appointment is early August and I'm getting nervous that it's taking so long to gather everything I need!
Thanks for your help.
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Postby johnnyonthespot » 11 May 2011, 16:40

Many people have used Gabriella Einaga (gabriella_einaga@att.net), myself included, for reasonably priced and accurate translations, not only of certificates but personal and business letters as well.

Expect to pay anywhere from $10 to $75 or even $100 per document depending on who you use. Do not pay additioanl fees for "certified translations" unless your consulate demands them (most do not); these can be very expensive.

Having made the mistake myself, I would counsel against translating or apostilling anything until you have all your required documents and have reviewed them carefully for discrepancies.
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Re: dual citizenship transalations

Postby georgecombey » 11 May 2011, 16:47

Hi there,

There are translation offices that can provide you with translation service for a fee.
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Re: dual citizenship transalations

Postby roobyred » 11 May 2011, 20:17

Thanks for your quick response. Do you know how long the transalations take?

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Re: dual citizenship transalations

Postby Drew927 » 12 May 2011, 08:18

Roberta,
I too used Gabreilla Einaga and found her to be very reasonably priced and efficient. I emailed her my documents, a few at a time, and she sent them back to me for proofreading in about 5 to 7 days. A few took a bit longer becuase she was very busy at the time. They were read by the Consulate at my appointment last March and no problems were found.
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Postby ianiro » 12 May 2011, 10:34

I also used Gabriella Einaga, she is completely reasonable in her pricing and really went out of her way to make sure I had everything I needed. Definitely recommend her.

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Re: dual citizenship transalations

Postby roobyred » 12 May 2011, 17:25

Thanks so much for your responses.
I'm very excited to get this moving ahead!
Grazie.
Roberta


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