Documents Requiring a Certified Translation

Official documents used for international legal purposes and/or for submission to authorities need to be translated into the official language and certified by signature and seal by an authorised and sworn translator in order to be legally effective.

Certified translations are required e.g. in the following situations:

  • Founding of companies with international operations
  • Approval procedures for foreign products
  • Civil and criminal cases with international parties
  • Cross-border inheritance cases
  • Official recognition of education and work certificates issued abroad
  • Documents on civil status, resident registration or nationality matters
  • Proofs of foreign insurance
  • Certificates on costs incurred abroad for submission to German insurance companies
  • Conversion of foreign driving licences into German ones

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