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Thread poster: wteaocb
wteaocb
French to English
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Sep 20, 2005

Hello. Just wondering how to go about getting certified, and what exactly the requirements are... I really would like to be court certified, but am not sure where I can find information on this, specifically French-English English French...
Kind of lost....
Any advice is certainly welcome...

bye


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Orla Ryan  Identity Verified
Ireland
Local time: 12:05
national association Sep 20, 2005

Why don't you ask your local/national translation association about what is required?

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Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Local time: 13:05
Member (2006)
English to Afrikaans
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Ask the ATA Sep 20, 2005

wteaocb wrote:
Just wondering how to go about getting certified, and what exactly the requirements are... I really would like to be court certified...


Ask at the ATA (American Translators' Association).

Samuel


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Trudy Peters  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 07:05
German to English
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ATA Sep 20, 2005

www.atanet.org

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Anne Grimes
United States
Local time: 07:05
Member (2005)
French to English
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certifying a translation Sep 20, 2005

If you look back in the forums a few weeks ago , I asked the same question and received some very helpful answers. It was titled 'certifying a translation'. Good luck! Anne

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