FAQ

Q? How long will it take to translate…?
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You are always welcome to request a non-binding offer, for price as well as delivery time. You can rest assured that we ALWAYS deliver at the agreed so you need not add extra days or hours to your requested delivery time just in case.

Q? The magic words “urgent” and “rush”
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The magic words “urgent” and “rush” can make anything happen. They mean: “Drop everything and get it done… NOW!”. There is an additional charge payable for these types of requests, but you ALWAYS get information about the total price before you give the go. No surprises!

Q? What is a certified translation?
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When a translation is certified, the translator puts his/her stamp and signature on the translation along with a statement to the effect that the translation is a true and fair translation. State-authorised translators are the only ones entitled to translate and certify translations of documents to be used in court or to be presented to foreign authorities etc.

Q? What is an Apostille/a legalisation?
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When a certified translation is endorsed with an Apostille or is legalised, it means that the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs certifies that the translator’s signature on the translation is genuine and is indeed that of a state-authorised translator. A subsequent legalisation by an embassy certifies the authenticity of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.