Certificate in English + Apostille in Finnish (translation into German)
Thread poster: Gudrun Wolfrath

Gudrun Wolfrath  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 21:52
English to German
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Jul 22, 2013

Is a translation of an English certificate with a Finnish Apostille (into German) valid if done by 2 sworn translators?

The 3 pages are, of course, pinned together.

The problem is that a translator sworn for Finnish, English and German is hard to find.

But I am not quite sure whether the translation is valid if the ENG-GER part is done by one translator and the FIN-GER part by another.

Any advice? Thanks.

Gudrun


 

LilianNekipelov  Identity Verified
United States
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I think it should be Ok-- I cannot see why not, although Jul 22, 2013

slightly unusual. The Apostille just certifies that the Notary is licensed. It might be better to call the entity for whom the translation is intended, and double-check.

 

Gudrun Wolfrath  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 21:52
English to German
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Thanks Lilian Jul 22, 2013

That is exactly what I told the client to do.

Gudrun


 


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