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How to become a sworn translator in Italy?
Thread poster: Cristina Pol

Cristina Pol
Local time: 14:06
French to Italian
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Jun 10, 2005

Hi,

does everybody know what you have to do to become a sworn translator in Italy?

Thank you!

Cristina


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dieter haake  Identity Verified
Austria
Local time: 14:06
Italian to German
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everybody forse no, ... Jun 10, 2005

ma ne abbiamo parlato parecchio volte qui da proz.

Sfoglia un po' il forum italiano

didi
("sworn" translator, PN)


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Serkan Doğan  Identity Verified
Turkey
Local time: 15:06
Turkish to English
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Wonder Jun 10, 2005

I truly wonder, is it as easy as in Turkey? Italy should have stricter and sturdy criteria on this subject.

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Cristina Pol
Local time: 14:06
French to Italian
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Thanks! Jun 10, 2005

dieter haake wrote:

ma ne abbiamo parlato parecchio volte qui da proz.

Sfoglia un po' il forum italiano

didi
("sworn" translator, PN)




Grazie Didi! (leggendo i vecchi topics del forum in italiano, ho scoperto anche che ti chiamano così!)


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