How is the translation cost calculated?
The calculation of the price is only based on the language combination.
It is not affected by the deadline and the complexity of the translation.
In order for you to receive an offer, you can send the source text on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on: +359 877/750 460. It takes us a couple of business hours to answer your emails if they are sent before 4 pm on a business day.
What does a certified translation mean?
In most cases “certified translation” means translation printed on a paper with the company letterhead, signed by the translator, and sealed by the company. It does not cost more than a regular translation.
What does legalization mean?
Legalization means a document (most often a certified translation attached to a source document) being certified by a Bulgarian authority provided the document has all necessary signatures, seals, etc. that make it eligible for legalization.
Since 2018, the certified translation of documents issued abroad can be legalized by a notary public in the presence of a translator possessing a certificate issued by the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The different documents are legalized differently and also not every document is eligible for legalization.
What is an Apostille?
The Apostille seal is a sticker or a seal certifying the signature of the official that has signed the document and the seal of the institution that has issued/certified the document.
Apostille is issued by several institutions in Bulgaria: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Centre for Information and Documentation (NACID) and the Ministry of Justice.
Document issued by the authorities of a foreign country that is part of the Hague Convention needs to have an Apostille issued by the authorities of this country in correspondence with their official duties for implementing the certification.
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