Certified Chinese Translation

 
I can translate your English documents into Chinese, and provide you with certified Chinese translations. 
 
What is a certified Chinese translation?
 
In Australia, a certified Chinese translation is carried out by a NAATI-accredited translator (NAATI is the national standards and accreditation body for translators and interpreters in Australia).  The NAATI-accredited translator will need to declare on the translation document that it is a true and correct translation, and affixed a stamp on the translation. 
 
I am a NAATI-accredited translator (Chinese <> English), therefore, I can issue certified Chinese translations for your English documents.
 
Does an Chinese translation has to be a certified one?
 
If the Chinese translation is for an official purpose, then it usually needs to be an certified one.  Official purpose can be anything that involves a government department (and sometimes an education institution or a company). For example,
  • When you want to get married in China, a Chinese government department may need to see certified Chinese translations of your passport, birth certificate, single status certificate.
  • When you apply to study in a Chinese university, the university may require you to provide certified Chinese translation of your previous educational certificates or academic records.
  • When you apply a job in a Chinese company, the company may require you to provide a certified Chinese translation for your police certificate.

As a NAATI-accredited translator (English <> Chinese, professional level), I can provide certified Chinese translation for your documents in English, such as:

  • Australian Police Certificate
  • Australian Birth Certificate
  • Australian Passport
  • Australian Education Certificate and Transcript
  • Other documents in English