apostille then translation?

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apostille then translation?

Postby Lousdepot » 21 May 2011, 23:20

I finally have all my documents now i need an apostille and translation. which one is first? and does anyone know a good translation service to use in boston area?? thanks

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Re: apostille then translation?

Postby DeFilippis78 » 03 Jun 2011, 16:52

It doesnt really matter which is first. I sent my ORIGINAL documents out for the seal and COPIES of the document out for translation. You dont send the original to the translator.

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Re: apostille then translation?

Postby jcat » 05 Jun 2011, 17:25

I used Gabriella Einaga for translations,she's very reasonably priced,does a great job! She did all of my translations, and the Miami consulate accepted them all,no problems. you can scan and email them to her and she will email your translated docs back to you,very simple and this way you can send your originals for apostilles while your translations are being done....It's been awhile since i used her services,can't remember her contact info,do a google search,she's there...hope this helps
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doing mu own translation?

Postby trinasignoriello » 08 Jul 2011, 13:18

anyone know if i am allowed to do my own translations? i am a certified teacher of italian. thanks!

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Re: apostille then translation?

Postby johnnyonthespot » 08 Jul 2011, 13:47

There are a few consulates in the US that push applicants towards a list of "approved" translators, but in general translations can be done by anyone, the only requirement that they be done in a professional manner and are accurate.
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Re: apostille then translation?

Postby ericataylor22 » 21 Jul 2011, 17:19

I am currently working with Gabriella Einaga and she is a gemand reasonably priced. You send her scans of the original documents, and she sends back the translations. You can play her by check/money order or by PayPal.

Her info is:
Gabriella Eingag

Home: 916.456.4840 / Cell: 530.300.0164

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