Looking for reasonably priced, competent translator

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phil100a
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Looking for reasonably priced, competent translator

Post by phil100a » 02 Mar 2009, 22:32

I've nearly completed document gathering for dual citizenship. I'm looking for someone who has experience in translating (from English, to Italian) the official documents necessary for citizenship (birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificate, divorce decrees, etc. etc.) I'm in Northern California, but anywhere would do, as I can mail copies of the documents. I was referred originally to a woman just north of the San francisco Bay Area, but the web link to that message is dead. I was told that she charged about $20 per document. Any help appreciated.

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Post by elba » 02 Mar 2009, 23:58

phil100a

I've sent you a PM...
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Post by PeterTimber » 03 Mar 2009, 06:00

There is a Italian Citizenship service that seems to be flexible in requested assignments. \Their website is www.icapbridging2worlds.com for prices and description of services. Their telephone number is 888-604-1970. I believe they are in Chicago area. They might be flexible in their pricing. =Peter=
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