Death Certificate Translation
Death Certificate Translation in Over 150 Languages Worldwide
Espresso Translations is a certified death certificate translation company dedicated to helping those in need translate their death certificates.
As an ISO-certified agency, we conduct all our translation and certification processes to a high and professional standard and provide our clients with a great service.
Our dedicated team of expert translators deliver high-quality legal translations ready for official use daily. Your original documents are translated with great care and attention to provide you with an accurate translation delivered to you quickly and efficiently. What sets us apart from other translation companies is our international translation network, which is compiled of more than 2,000 professional translators with years of industry experience, allowing us to undertake every project in over 150 languages from around the globe.
So no matter your language needs, we have you covered. With our industry experts taking care of your death certificate, you can be sure that all technical terminology and formatting needs for use in and outside of the UK will be understood and carried out effectively, resulting in a fluid and natural-sounding translation in your target language.
Place your trust in the UK’s leading providers of death certificate translations and let us guide you throughout the entire translation and certification process to guarantee a reliable and stress-free experience.
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Death Certificates Translations
A death certificate is an official document issued by the government. It details some important information about the deceased including cause, location, and time of death, as well as some other personal information.
Despite often being a painful time, obtaining a death certificate is vital for various legal purposes. Not only is it required before being able to arrange a funeral or cremation, but it’s also used to access pension benefits, claiming life insurance, applying for probate to deal with the deceased’s estate, and even for getting re-married.
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Getting Hold of a Death Certificate
You can obtain a personalised copy of a death certificate upon entering the UK from the General Register Office either via the internet, in person, or at the local Register Office where the death has been registered.
All UK countries have different policies for obtaining a death certificate. For example, in Scotland, it is possible to get a hold of a death certificate the same way you would a Birth Certificate and a Marriage Certificate, via the National Records of Scotland. In Northern Ireland, a death certificate can be obtained online. As such, it is important to do thorough research before seeking out a death certificate.
Should a death have occurred overseas, then the death will have been registered within the country that the death occurred. If this is the case, a death card can be obtained from the Overseas Registration Unit in England and translated into English with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
What Makes Us The Best Choice?
With our express solutions, we can have your files back to you within a matter of hours in multiple languages.
We get back to you with a quote within the hour. Your dedicated Project Manager will answer your queries quickly.
Our professional linguists only ever translate into their mother tongue, ensuring a fluent, natural-sounding result.
As an ISO compliant translation services audio business, you can rest assured our solution are of the highest quality.
What Do Our Clients Say?
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Frequently Asked Questions
WHY Our Death Certificate Translation Services?
It goes without saying that the importance of death certificates means that the quality of its translation is just as important.
The translation requirements for a death certificate are such when the deceased’s estate or assets are spread across various territories with different official languages to the one needed to carry out the necessary legal procedures before and after the funeral.
Our certified translation services help to break down the language barriers between individuals and authorities when getting your death certificate translated, ensuring that all legal processes can run as smoothly as possible.
We have deep roots in the translation industry, with our years of experience and ISO-certified services developing express and first-class solutions to help offer a quick turnaround on all your translation needs. This allows us to have your death certificate officially signed, stamped, and ready for submission fast, sometimes delivered to you within 24 hours of your request. With Espresso Translations, we offer peace of mind that all the necessary legal procedures have been carried out and that your certificate is ready for immediate official use.
When translating death certificates, our UK translation services have a dedicated international team of translators on hand who always translate into their native language. In doing so, we guarantee fluidity, accuracy, and a translation of your legal document that sounds natural. What’s more, our death certificate translation services boasts a global translation network compiled of over 2,000 expert translators, meaning that our helpful and quick service can translate your certificate into over 150 languages from all around the world.
Further still, in the unlikely event of any errors, our translation services offer free revisions for up to 14 days after the submission of your certificates for the correction of any mistakes.
Contact us today to see how our translation services can assist you with translating your death certificate. We can send you a same-day, free quotation usually within 60 minutes of your request.
Do you offer certified translations?
Death certificates will need to have certified translation should the place of death be abroad, and the certificate was issued there. In order to carry out legal actions such as accessing pension or life insurance benefits, or for the issue of a certificate of inheritance by the probate court, a certified translation allows the process to run smoothly and hassle-free.
The practice of certification guarantees that the translated document is a true, accurate, and high-quality translation work of the original so that it’s ready for official use and submission. Other details of certification include the inclusion of the date of translation as well as the full name and contact details of the translator.
Our certified translation services understand the urgency surrounding death certificate translations and have a deep appreciation for how overwhelming and confusing the practice of certification can be for those with limited experience in the field. As such, our express service is there to help take the weight off your shoulders and guide you through the certification procedure from start until completion.
We guarantee a true and accurate representation of all your official documents and ensure that we professionally format and certify your translated documents for official purposes at a competitive price and with a fast turnaround time. We deliver legally recognised notarised (with the use of a notary public) and certified translation services that go off to and are accepted by governmental bodies on a daily basis. We also offer Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) document legalisation services as well.
To get professional support certifying your death certificate, get in touch with Espresso Translations, the leading provider of translations and certifications, today.
An Apostille Certificate is normally requested by foreign authorities and organisations when a death certificate translated is to be officially used alongside the original document. These legal documents must be legalised before travelling overseas and often must be done within a specific time period.
Our agency also offers an apostille/legalisation service should anyone require verification of the authenticity of the translated certificate. We always suggest, however, that anyone requesting such verification that they enquire as to whether an apostille stamp is necessary.
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