A translator for every language

Beëdigd Vertaalbureau has experienced sworn translators for more than 40 target languages. All of our translators are native speakers. This means that they are native speakers of the target language. On this page you will find the languages in which most requests are made.

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Is the language you are looking for not listed?

We have sworn translators for many different languages in our network. Most languages can also be ordered directly on our website. If your language is not listed, please fill out our quote form. We will be happy to work with you to find a suitable solution.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a sworn translator? plus

A sworn translator is a translator who is listed in the Dutch register For Sworn interpreters And Translators(Rbtv). A sworn translator is sworn in by a court of law. To become a sworn translator, the translator must meet a number of quality requirements for education, work experience and integrity. The translator must also do continuing education to maintain his or her status as a sworn translator.

What languages are available? plus

We have a selection of languages on our website. These are the most common language combinations, for which you can also request a sworn translation directly on the website.

Is the language you are looking for not listed? Then request a quote without obligation. We will contact you as soon as possible.

What files can I upload for a sworn translation? plus

The following files are accepted: .doc, .docx, .pdf, .jpg, .jpeg and .png.

Do you have a different file and are you unable to deliver it as one of the files listed here? Then ask for a quote.

What is a sworn translation? plus

A sworn translation, also called a sworn or sworn translation, is a translation made by a sworn translator. This translator is registered with the Dutch register For Sworn interpreters And Translators(Rbtv) and has been sworn in by a court of law. Translations made by sworn translators are legally valid. So you engage a sworn translator when you are looking for a recognised translation of official documents. Think of evidence for a court, marriage certificates, statutes or birth certificates.