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  • Q. - What is your industry focus?
  • A. - Our translators are proficient in different areas and fields: oil and gas, legal, financial, manufacturing and distributing, financial, construction, environmental, education etc., and we also translate personal documents.
  • Q. - How much experience does your translation company have?
  • A. - We have been in the translation business since 1998. However we are performing translations from Romanian into English, Italian into English and French into English since 1990.
  • Q. - Why are you not listing your prices?
  • A. - Each translation is different and, besides the number of words, the pricing also depends on the difficulty of the text, the deadline and the complexity of the translation project.
  • Q. - What about legal personal documents?
  • A. - Birth, marriage, naturalization and death certificates are rated at $40.00 CAD per certificate. High School diplomas, University diplomas, transcripts and Records of Employment are quoted based on the number of pages and the volume of the translation project.
  • Q. - As compared to other translation companies whose quotes vary between $80.00 - 100.00 CAD, your prices are lower. Why?
  • A. - Our volume of translation projects determines the prices. The higher the volume, the lower the price. As for the Romanian - English translations translation is performed "first-hand", therefore you will not be charged an extra-fee.
  • Q. - Will the translation be notarized?
  • A. - If you require notarization by a Notary Public or Commissioner for Oaths, the service will be included in the translation price. Otherwise, all translations will be certified and bear the stamp of the certified translator and/or they wil be certified by a Commissioner for Oaths. The certification is included in the translation price.
  • Q. - What forms of payment do you accept?
  • A. - Money orders and cheques are the preferred methods of payment.