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...
ICR in conversation with Educación Digital

ICR in conversation with Educación Digital

Earlier this year, I completed the 3-month Spanish Law specialisation course for legal translation (Especialización en Derecho para Traducción Jurídica) from Educación Digital. Lola Gamboa recently invited me to share some thoughts on my career and profile as a legal...
10 Scottish conveyancing terms

10 Scottish conveyancing terms

As a legal translator, I think of any personal situation I encounter in the UK as a learning opportunity. Relocating from Oxford to Edinburgh as a second-time buyer has been nothing short of stressful, but moving to a different jurisdiction is helping me get...
Are Spanish sworn translators public servants?

Are Spanish sworn translators public servants?

No, they are not. Spanish sworn translators are not public servants, as they are not government or public bodies employees unless, of course, they are hired as such. Some clients wrongly assume that the appointment of Spanish sworn translators by the Spanish Ministry...
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