Services

LEGAL & GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS

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  • Birth, Marriage and Divorce Certificate
  • Naturalization Documents
  • Death Certificate
  • Declarations
  • Plea Agreements
  • Military and Voter ID's
  • Passports
  • Marriage Prenup 


BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE

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  • Business Contracts
  • Leasing Contracts

ACADEMIC & EMPLOYMENT DOCUMENTS

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  • High School & College Transcripts
  • Diplomas
  • Resumes
  • Letters of Recommendation

INTERPRETATIONS

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  • Client-Attorney Consultations, Meetings/Appointments (Criminal & Immigration Law)
  • Interviews at USCIS (U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services)
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of California. CJA (Criminal Justice Act)
  • MCC (Metropolitan Correctional Center, San Diego)

CONSECUTIVE & WHISPER INTERPRETATION

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Consecutive Interpretation: Interpreters relay their interpretations when a speaker pauses or stops every 3-5 minutes. Interpreters often switch back and forth between the parties who are communicating.
Whisper Interpretation: The interpreter sits behind or next to the person/participant (or group of people), and whispers or speaks softly while interpreting in the target language.

PHONE & VIDEO INTERPRETATION

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Phone Interpretation: Can be either simultaneous or consecutive. The interpreter does not see both parties, but interprets via telephone.
Video Interpretation: Can be either simultaneous or consecutive. The interpreter translates via webcam, and sees both parties.

Translation Process

  1. The Project Manager reviews the document(s)
  2. The Project Manager assigns the document(s) to our translator
  3. A first proofreader will be assigned for a first review and edit
  4. A second proofreader will be assigned for a second review and edit
  5. The Project Manager will review the final document(s) and will format it
  6. The Project Manager delivers the document to the client



translation certificate

Certified translation projects are accompanied by a supplemental page (no cost) that confirms the authenticity of the certified translator (Translation Certificate). In some occasions, the Translation Certificate must be acknowledged by a notary public for the proper filing of certain documents with state, federal or foreign entities. The San Diego Translation Center can assist you with any questions regarding the notarization or authentication of your certified translation.