Do you require professional translations of simple or demanding texts into or from English? Then you should contact us.
Mr. Ray Migge, attorney-at-law, has been appointed as a sworn translator by the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf and can provide translations from English into German and from German into English, both certified and uncertified.
Send us the documents to be translated. We will then send you a cost estimate. Once you have placed the order based on the estimate, the translation will be carried out. The result of the translation can be sent to you by e-mail, fax or post. An English to German translation takes only a few hours, depending on the length of the text. For longer texts we can also give you an estimated completion date.
The cost of a translation from English into German and vice versa is usually charged per line.
The price per line or part thereof (55 keystrokes) is between 1.25 EUR and 2.00 EUR plus VAT, depending on the difficulty of the text to be translated. The keywords in the target language are decisive.
If the translation is to be certified, a separate fee of 8.00 EUR is charged for the certification. Rush orders and weekend orders are possible for a surcharge.
An all-inclusive price can also be agreed. Just contact us for details. Send us your document and we will provide you with a cost estimate – of course without obligation and free of charge.
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