What is a valid Spanish digital sworn translation?

What is a valid Spanish digital sworn translation?

Until just over a year ago, Spanish sworn translations were only accepted as valid by the Spanish authorities when submitted in hard copy form. In April 2020, after numerous requests by sworn translators, the government body regulating the profession in Spain (OIL)...
5 curious Scots succession cases

5 curious Scots succession cases

During the four-month course on Scots wills and executries I recently completed, I read about and studied numerous cases. While I did not manage to remember as many cases as I would have liked to, some of them stuck early on. The more unusual the facts or the...
ICR radio interview on Don de Lenguas

ICR radio interview on Don de Lenguas

Don de Lenguas is a weekly radio programme by Salamanca University’s Translation and Interpreting Department. Recently, they reached out and invited me to chat about legal translation for the programme. The interview is now available in Spanish on their blog:...
Can you do this sworn translation for tomorrow?

Can you do this sworn translation for tomorrow?

While these days I do not get this question as often as I used to, it still pops up every now and then in my emails. ICR Translations does not offer neither next-day nor same-day sworn translation services and in this short article I explain why. Sworn translation...
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