Official Approved Certified Translation for Bureaue of Indian Standards (BIS)

Dear Sir/Madam,

Greetings of the Day!

Are you are applying for BIS registration of your products or if you are an agent or consulatant providing this service and have been asked for official certified translation of documents?

Advika Translations is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified translation company providing certified translation of documents from any foreign language to English, which can be used for submission at Bureau of Indian Standards for BIS registration and other purposes. Most of the consultant and BIS approved labs use our services for all their certified translation requirements.

When BIS registration Translation Requirement comes.
If you are applying for a BIS registration for your product and have some of your company or individual documents in language other than English then you should get these translated to English and submit to the department of Bureau of Indian standards. Applications with proper certified translation are required along with original document. Example: If a Chinese manufacturer or BIS registration service provider is applying for BIS registration of any product on behalf of Chinese manufacturer and Incorporation certificate, Utility Bill, Logo or Trademark Registration certificate issued in China are in Chinese language, then they are required to first get it certified translation and then original Chinese document shall be accompanied by the English certified translation document.

Which countries and languages mainly come for translation for BIS registration?
Over last one year we have translated 1000’s of documents for BIS registration purpose and in this maximum requirement came for Chinese to English Certified translation and this is because China being largest exporter and manufacturing hub of world have millions of Industries making electronic products covered under the BIS required category, have maximum cases requirement by any country. And one more reason is that mainly Companies in China have their company registration, Logo and trademark certificates in Chinese.

What all languages we translate for BIS registration?
We do certified translation for BIS registration in all the languages and mainly: Japanese to English, Korean to English, Spanish to English and German to English, French to English, Russian to English cases are also not less

Why BIS registration consultant opt our certified translation services?
Most of the BIS registration service provider trusts us for getting their clients documents translated by us because of our quality and quick turnaround time. We make sure that there is not even a single error in our translations due to which client application can be affected. And over the time we have proved it and that is the main reason we have India’s most BIS registration consultant using our services.

List of BIS approved labs
There are both Government and Private labs recognized by Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). In total there are about 181 such labs located in almost all the states and cities of India, mainly being in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Gujarat etc. More details about these recognized labs can be found here: List of BIS approved labs.

List of products which require mandatory BIS registration?
Although there are many catagories of products with mandatory requirement of BIS registration but mainly Electronics, IT and Automobile, Steel, Food products falls under mandatory requirement of BIS registration. List of all such products can be found here:  List of Products with mandatory BIS regisration requirement.

Which cities and states Advika Translations provide certified translation services.
Even though we are located in some of the main Indian cities like: Delhi, Mumbai and Navi Mumbai, but our certified translation services are being used by clients from all over India and mainly from cities like: Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Gujarat, Noida, Gurgaon Vizag and all States of India.

Where is BIS head office located and what are the contact details of BIS office ?
BIS head office is located in Delhi at Bahadur shah Zafar marg. Contact details are:

Bureau of Indian Standards
Room No. 459, Manakalaya,
9, Bahadur shah Zafar marg, New Delhi-110002
Tel: +91-11-23239382, 23230131
Fax: +91-11-232339382
Email: fmcs@bis.gov.in
Website: www.bis.org.in

For any kind of information regarding Certified Translation for BIS purpose, please feel free to contact.

Thanks & Regards

ADVIKA TRANSLATIONS
Mobile:  9718888896, 9911493831
Email: advikatranslations@gmail.com
Web: http://www.advikatranslations.com

Certified Translation, MEA Attesation and Embassy Legalization for Angola Embassy in Delhi, India

Dear Sir/Madam,

Greetings of the Day!

Are you are applying for Student, Tourist, Business, PHD/Doctorate Scholarship or long term Work Visa at Angola Embassy in Delhi and have been asked for official certified translation and MEA attestation of your documents?

Advika Translations is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified translation company providing certified English to Portuguese translation, MEA attestation, Legalization consultation services to candidates applying for VISA at Angola Embassy in Delhi.

In recent years there is a high demand in work for Doctors in Angola and several Doctors are applying for Angola Visa. Every year thousands of candidates, students and companies from India, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal use our translation and attestation services for their documents to be submitted at Angola Embassy in Delhi for Visa purpose. Also many of our translated documents are used for submission in different Angola Universities and departments in Angola. We use Embassy certified translator to translate documents from English to Portuguese and Portuguese to English.

Generally mentioned below documents require Certified Translation and MEA services for Angola embassy in India:                  
                     
(1)    Curriculum Vitae/Resume
(2)    Police clearance certificate (PCC)
(3)    School/University Mark sheet and certificates, diploma and degrees
(4)    Birth/Death Certificate
(5)    Marriage Certificate
(6)    Medical Certificate
(7)    Bank Letter
(8)    Affidavit
(9)    Commercial export and custom documents like: Invoice, Bill of Lading, Certificate of Origin.
(10)    Work Permit


Address of Angola Embassy In Delhi:
Embassy of the Republic of Angola
5, Poorvi Marg Vasant Vihar,
New Delhi - 110 057.

Phone:  011- 26146195,
             011- 26146197,

Fax:      011- 26146184

Email:    xietuang@del2.vsnl.net.in
               angolaembassyindia@gmail.com


Most of documents come from Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Pune, Cochin, Chennai, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Vizag, Coimbatore, Surat, Ahmedabad, Punjab, Gujarat, Jaipur, Chandigarh but we serve clients from all Cities and States of India. For more information on translation, Ministry of External Affairs attestation, Legalization for Angola Embassy in India, please contact:

ADVIKA TRANSLATIONS
Mobile:  9911493831,  9718888896
Email: advikatranslations@gmail.com
Web: www.advikatranslations.com

Certified Translation, Apostille Attesation and Embassy Legalization for Slovak Embassy in Delhi, India

Dear Sir/Madam,

Greetings of the Day!

Are you are applying for Student, Tourist, Business, or long term Visa at Slovak Embassy in Delhi and have been asked for official certified translation or Apostille Attestation of your documents?

Advika Translations is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified translation company providing certified translation, Apostille attestation and Legalization consultation services to candidates applying for VISA at Slovak Embassy in Delhi.

In recent years there is a jump in students applying scholarship and higher studies in Republic of Slovakia. Every year thousands of candidates, students and companies from India, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal use our translation and attestation services for their documents to be submitted at Slovakia Embassy in Delhi for Visa purpose. Also many of our translated documents are used for submission in different Slovakian Universities and departments in Slovakia. We use Embassy certified translator to translate documents from English to Slovak and Slovak to English.

Generally mentioned below documents require Certified Translation and Apostille services for Slovak embassy in India:                                        
(1)    Birth Declaration Certificate
(2)    Death Certificate
(3)    Bank Letter
(4)    Sponsorship Affidavit
(5)    Police clearance certificate (PCC)
(6)    School/University Mark sheet and certificates, diploma and degrees.
(7)    Commercial export and custom documents like: Invoice, Bill of Lading, Certificate of Origin.
(8)    Invitation letter
(9)    Marriage Certificate
(10)    Aadhar Copy, Pan Card, Voted ID Card, Passport Copy of Parents


Address of Slovak Embassy In Delhi:
Slovak Republic Embassy, India
50 M Niti Marg, Chanakyapuri,
New Delhi-110021
Phone:  011-26889071,
  011-26885340,
  011-26111075,
  011-24101015

Fax:      011-26877941

Email: skdelhi@giasd101.vsnl.net.in


Most of documents come from Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Pune, Cochin, Chennai, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Vizag, Coimbatore, Surat, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Indore, Punjab, Gujarat, Jaipur, Chandigarh but we serve clients from all Cities and States of India. For more information on Certified Translation, Apostille Attestation, Legalization for Slovak Embassy in India, please contact:

ADVIKA TRANSLATIONS
Mobile:  09911493831,  9718888896
Email: advikatranslations@gmail.com
Web: www.advikatranslations.com

Future and Jobs in Foreign langugaes - must read for Language learner

    Job Hunting – A Cakewalk for Foreign Language Learners

21st century has come to be recognized as an age of cutthroat competition. If you desire to get hold of a reputed and well paying job, then a string of academic accolades won’t do much good. You need to sport an add-on accomplishment, which would help differentiate you from the crowd and increase your chances of getting the job in question. If you have been on the lookout of this particular add-on, then you must definitely consider taking short or long term coaching in one of the many hot selling foreign language courses.


What Jobs can Foreign Language Learners Grab?

                                   Or

Types of Jobs after learning a Foreign language?

•    Vital Positions in Multi National Companies (MNCs): One look around you and you are sure to bump into n number of MNCs, each one of which is seen making all efforts to overpower the other. Any MNC that you were to study in-depth, you would realize that it is made up of people belonging to different cultures and speaking different languages. In order to encourage healthy flow of information both horizontally and vertically and so also to do away with communication gaps of any kind, MNCs are seen hiring foreign language speakers, who can help eliminate language barriers right from the root level.

•    Government Openings for Foreign language speakers: As an individual who is firm on enjoying a certain level of job security in any opening that he or she takes up, a Government job is sure to rightly fit the bill. If you are interested in getting an easy entry in any of the Government departments, then your knowledge of a foreign language is sure to take you much ahead in the rat race. As a well versed foreign language speaker, you can grab a job in Government departments such as the Prime Minister’s Office as well as the Indian Revenue Service section.

•    Foreign Language Teachers: Of late, foreign languages such as French, German and Spanish are seen entering the academic curriculum, not only in colleges, but also in certain schools. As students are being introduced to a new language, one needs to be imparted knowledge right from the very basics. This is exactly where a foreign language tutor skips into the picture. As a foreign language teacher, you can either find a job at any of the academic institutions or instead choose to train students privately.

•    Foreign Language Freelancer jobs: If you do not wish to pursue a full time career with respect to foreign languages at large, then you can kick start your work on a part time basis. You can start exploring freelance opportunities either by spreading a word in your social circle or taking assistance from the Internet or social media as such. One very common job opportunity that you can grab as a foreign language freelancer is that of a foreign language translator or interpreter. Over a period of time, you will be able to make a strong foot in the industry and then freelance opportunities would just keep flowing in.


How well do Foreign Language Speakers get paid?

•    Demand Supply Imbalance: Knowledge of foreign languages such as French, German, Japanese, Chinese and even Spanish for that matter is very limited among individuals. This has led to a rigid imbalance between the demand and supply parameters. With introduction of foreign languages in academic institutes followed by knowledge of a foreign language being made a prerequisite by many of the companies out there, demand for foreign language speakers is seen rising with every passing day. However, on the other hand, the number of people who are well versed with foreign languages at large is somewhat low. This has led to a situation where in the demand for foreign languages is seen surpassing the available supply. This in turn has led to foreign language speakers fetching handsome pay packages.

•    Payment in Foreign Currencies: Yet another reason as to why foreign language speakers are seen earning heavy packages is because in some of the cases they get paid at rates compatible with the currency of the host country. For example, if a person is working for a US based company, then his or her pay package may be decided in dollars. Furthermore, if the person happens to be an Indian citizen, then there are bright chances of he or she receiving a heavy pay package, solely because the US dollar is much powerful than the Indian Rupee in today’s date.


What does the Future have in store for Foreign Language Speakers?

                                      Or

What is the Future of learning a foreign language ?

•    Precondition to Foster Exchanges: As you all must be very well aware, geographical constraints are slowly and steadily coming to an end with the world citizens coming together and becoming one. With the opening up of boundaries, knowledge of various foreign languages in order to foster meaningful exchanges among countries has become a must. What we need to note here is that this is just the beginning of it all. The future for sure is going to be much bigger and brighter as far as the need of foreign language expertise is concerned.

•    Better Recognition Worldwide: In recent times, having knowledge of foreign languages though considered a wise move is not been made mandatory as such. However, it would not be wrong to claim that in the near future foreign languages would take center stage with more and more people taking up various foreign languages courses at large. On the other hand, an array of professional institutes would be seen spreading their wings and finding base in each and every country on this globe.

•    Success Parameter in Jobs: If you were to appear for a job interview anytime soon, then in that case even if you are ignorant about foreign languages as such, not every company would disregard you. Based on your academic qualifications and interpersonal skills, you would be able to get a worthwhile job. However, the pace with which change is being introduced in the job market, it surely wouldn’t take much time for knowledge of foreign languages to be considered as a vital success parameter before selecting any candidate for a job. Almost every company, both domestic as well as international is expected to lay sufficient weight-age on the aspect of having knowledge of one of the many foreign languages available out there. Hence, one should definitely consider signing up for foreign language course.





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Benefits or Advantages of learning a foreign language

Getting to learn a foreign language


Of late, a lot of people have turned to learning foreign languages, for more than just one reason. The most popular languages in this lot include French, German, Spanish, Japanese and of course Chinese. Let us have a look as the different aspects associated with learning a foreign language.
Benefits & Scope of learning a foreign language:

•    Better Understanding of the Foreign country
Each and every country tends to differ with respect to their culture, customs and traditions. One of the best ways to open up these closed frontiers, without having to make any form of geographical passage is to kick-start your learning process towards acquainting a new foreign language. You will be in a position to better understand the country in question and get an effective global overview, once you decide to start your preps on a foreign language in particular.

•    Professional and Work Life Advantages
The 21st century is dominated by multinational companies, the concept of which, revolves around having their headquarters in a host country and spreading their subsidiaries across various countries. If you are lucky enough to be eligible for a job in one of these many MNC’s, it might be a preliminary condition for the selected candidate to be well versed with a few other languages, apart from English. This is exactly where, knowledge of a foreign language can act in your stride.

•    Self Improvement and Upliftment
Gone are the days when a person’s caliber was based on the number of degrees that person held or marks that he or she scored in their academic stints. Today, it is essential for every individual to break out of the shell and do something more different and challenging. One of the best ways to open up one’s limited avenues is to sign up for a foreign language course. Once you are through the course, you are sure to come out to become a more well informed and confident individual. This in the end will help you score full points on the self improvement and upliftment scale.

•    Complimentary Source of Income
Once you complete your training in any foreign language at large, you can transform yourself into an active freelancer who plays with his or her foreign language expertise, to gain some quick side income. If you wish to begin on a smaller scale, you can start by tutoring school and college students, who generally have a foreign language as a part of their academics. If you wish to operate on a larger scale, then you can simply set up your very own training institute. Likewise, you can also work as a freelance foreign language translator.

What are the basic requirements for learning a foreign language?

 If you are wondering as to who can opt for learning a foreign language, then you will be glad to know that there is no such criteria for signing up to a foreign language course. Your gender, age or for that matter even your educational qualification will not come in the way as far as learning a foreign language is concerned.

•    School Students and Bachelors and Masters aspirants
If you are a school student, who is looking forward to enroll in a short term summer hobby class, then there will surely be a course designed to suit your individual needs and preferences. It does not matter whether you are pursuing a bachelor’s degree or have taken up a master’s course. In either cases, having knowledge of a foreign language is sure to help you both personally and professionally. The time required to complete a short term foreign language course is not much, which is why you can easily squeeze the same into your schedule. As a student, you can either take up a part time course in the form of a diploma, which would side your current qualification or you can simply complete your degree and opt for a full time foreign language course,which is sure to give you a broadened view of the language in particular.

•    Working Professionals
On the other hand, if you are a working individual, who is wanting to spend your evenings and weekends more effectively, then you can opt for a tailor made foreign language course.

•    Old and Retired Individuals

Last, but not the least, if you are a retired pension drawing individual, with not much activity at hand, then again a long course, spread across six months to one year can be taken up by you.


How to get started?

 If you wish to acquire in-depth knowledge about a foreign language of your choice, then there are quite a few options available, for you to explore. You can pursue this course in either a main or part time basis.

•    Home Tutor
First and foremost, you can try and get in touch with a home tutor, who is willing to offer you one to one training. If you are a slow learner or are looking for personalized attention, then this mode of learning is absolutely apt for you.

•    Foreign Language Institute
Next up, you can enroll yourself to a well known foreign language institute, where you can opt for one of the many courses that are available with them. Courses tend to differ primarily on the basis of their time duration and level of difficulty. Based on your motive of learning the foreign language in question, you can zero down on a course that best matches your interests.

•    Online Foreign Language Training
If the above two alternatives appear very traditional to you, then you can pick out the more modernized and hip form of learning, which is to sign up for an online foreign language course. This medium of learning has its own set of benefits such as learn from the comfort of your home and so also learn at a time that best suits your routine.

How to get in touch with the Right Foreign Language Service Provider?

 One thing that must have started bothering you by now is your inability to narrow down on a better than the best foreign language service provider. However, you will be glad to know that this is also a mere cakewalk.

•    Internet Search
You can begin your search for a foreign language service provider on the Internet. You will be exposed to n number of service providers, each claiming to offer a better course than the other. This is where you can bring public reviews in the picture and settle for one such service provider, who has had an array of happy and satisfied foreign language learners.

•    Rely on Word of Mouth
If the above suggestion fails to work for you, then you can begin researching in your close circles and get in touch with people who have already finished or are mid way through a foreign language course of your choice at a particular institute. This will help you make an informed choice, thus keeping any form of regrets, miles away from you.

•    Supplementary Sources
Apart from the aforementioned two methods, you can make use of newspaper ads, magazine insertions and of-course promotional pamphlets for locating a worthwhile foreign language institute.

Frequently asked questions related to Birth Certificate

My Birth certificate does not carry my name or my name is not there on the birth certificate or my name is missing on my birth certificate or instead of my name baby boy or girl is written.


If you are applying for a visa at UK, US Embassy or applying for Canada immigration or visa for any country and have any of the above queries then you can be relaxed as you are not at fault and this is not a big issue which only you are facing. Most of the Indian birth certificate, I can say almost 30% of the birth certificate issued before year 2000 does not carry child name in birth certificate, and this can be because of several reasons out of which main is our ritual “Naamkaran” which only allows to have child name after some days but birth certificate is already applied or issued by hospital or parents.

Though now a day’s parents are more and more aware of this issue and they make sure child name is printed on birth certificate because now a day’s use of birth certificate has increased significantly and it is being used for most of the applications like while applying for Passport, School registration, Visa, etc. But if we talk about late 80’s and 90’s, parents were less aware of importance of birth certificate and that is why issues of child name missing, father/mother name missing, wrong spellings, typos can easily be found in the birth certificate issued during this period.

But as I said this is not a reason to be worried about because even embassies are also aware of this issue and they do understand this situation and that is why a secondary evidence is asked as an alternate cum supporting document to birth certificate and this secondary evidence can be any document having your birth date, your name and name of both parents possibly, otherwise of either parents. Most common such documents used as secondary evidence are as follows:
1)    Passport
2)    Driving License
3)    Voters card
4)    Pan card
5)    Ration Card
6)    Hospital Birth record with name of child and both parents mentioned.
7)    Medical records
8)    School records which name child and both parents. This could be 10th or 12th class mark-sheet, 10th or 12th class certificate, school leaving certificate, degree certificate and matriculation certificate.

In case of submission of any secondary evidence with only your father’s name mentioned, do submit a cover letter mentioning the documents you are submitting and a statement that in your country it is customary to have only father name in these legal documents.

Also, when you are submitting secondary evidence then it becomes important or we can say mandatory to submit two affidavits from or by any two persons who have knowledge of your birth and the events you want to prove. But it becomes necessary to provide some details in the affidavit, regarding the person(s) making affidavit like: his/her full name and address, his/her date and place of birth, his/her relationship to you. Furthermore, he/she should mention the mention all the details related to how they came to know about your birth and if they have attended your birth ceremony etc. Statement should be true and with all the facts related to your birth.


Do I need to translate my regional language Birth certificate to English before submitting it to Embassy in India for Visa Application ?

 Yes, if your documents are in any Indian, Foreign language or any other language other than English, you are required to get your documents translated to English.

My documents are in bilingual format, all the information are given in both Hindi/Punjabi/Marathi and English, do I still required to get these translated ?


Yes, even though your documents are in bilingual format and all information are already in both the languages but still you require translating these documents to English because embassy accepts documents only in English format with no other language.

Information-Certified Translation-Legalization-MEA Attestation-China Embassy

Are you looking for Translation or Attestation services for China Embassy in India?

This is mainly require in cases where you are applying for long term “Z” Visa to China or setting up office in China, Registering your company in China or applying for Dependent Visa of your spouse and children etc. Attestation by China Embassy in India can be asked by several departments of China to authenticate the documents you have submitted.

Every year we help 100’s of clients to get their document translated from any Indian language to English, because all the documents other than in English language are required to be translated to English and certified by the translator or agencies with proper knowledge, qualification and setup to certify their done translation.That is why we are the no. 1 choice for most of the Visa consultants and Attestation agents located in different cities and states of India.

In case of Attestation, you are generally asked to get all your Indian origin issued documents attested by Chinese Embassy in India for all your documents which are supposed to be used in China. Both Embassy of China in Delhi and different consulates of China in India can perform this type of attestation but you have to check for your respective consulate or Embassy based on the state you live in.

For Example: If an applicant belong to Nagpur city of Maharashtra state, than he or she should apply for attestation at Consulate General of China in Mumbai because for candidates belonging to the state of Maharashtra and Karnataka point of contact for attestation services is Consulate General of China in Mumbai. Same way for candidates belonging to Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal, point of contact for attestation is Consulate general of China in Kolkata. Candidates belonging to any other states of India other than mentioned above, shall contact China Embassy in Delhi for any help related to attestation or legalization of their documents.

China Embassy has divided documents into mainly two categories i.e. Civil or legal documents and
Commercial documents.

Main types of Civil documents:
Birth Certificate
Marriage Certificate
Lawsuit
10th Marksheet
School certificates
University Certificates and degrees.
Affidavit
Police clearance certificate
Passport

Main types of Commercial Documents:
Commercial Invoice
Import-Export documents
Certificate of Origin
Registration certificate of Firm
Memorandum of Understanding
Memorandum of Articles and Association
Packing list
Income Tax Return
TDS Certificate

Though the entire process mostly remains same but difference comes in type of attestation you should get before approaching Embassy for legalization of your documents. If your document comes under category of Civil or Legal document than you should first get your document notarized by a Notary public and then obtain an attestation from MEA (Ministry of External Affair of India) which is located in New Delhi. But if your documents are of commercial nature than you might have to get these notarized and attested by respective Chamber of commerce and than by MEA (Ministry of External Affair of India) before submitting these for attestation at China Embassy in India.

Once documents are attested by MEA than there are few simple steps to get your documents attested by China Embassy or its Consulates:

(1)    Duly fill an application form for Attestation. You can get this form from either directly from Embassy of China or your respective Consulate General office.

(2)    Make photocopy of your documents both front and back, as you need to submit the photocopy of your document along with original document. If your document consist of 2 or more pages than make sure to get it notarized by a Notary public by putting his/her stamp and signature on this.

(3)    A covering letter shall be signed by the company of the applicant and this covering letter should mention the purpose of attestation.

(4)    If document is of civil use than a covering letter shall be signed by the candidate mentioning the purpose of attestation.

(5)    Photocopy of candidate’s passport shall also be accompanies with above documents.

Note: Mentioned above documents are mainly required but supplementary documents can be asked by Embassy.

Fees for attestation of Civil documents:
Embassy charge Rs. 1600 per document for attestation of civil documents by normal process which takes normally 4 days time and you can also get document attested next day by paying and express service fee of Rs. 1800 and for super urgent process you can also get your documents attested same day by paying an additional fee of Rs. 2700.

Fees for attestation of Commercial documents:

Embassy charge Rs. 3200 per document for attestation of civil documents by normal process which takes normally 4 days time and you can also get document attested next day by paying and urgent service fee of Rs. 1800 and for super urgent process you can also get your documents attested same day by paying an additional fee of Rs. 2700.

Contact details of Embassy of Peoples Republic of China Embassy in India:
Address:
50 D, Shantipath
Chanakyapuri
New Delhi-110021
Telephone: +91-11-26112345
Fax: +91-11-26885486
Email: chinaemb_in@mfa.gov.cn
Web: www.in.chineseembassy.org

Contact details of Chinese Consulate General in Kolkata:

Address:
EC-72, Sector I, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700064
Tel: 0091-33-40045200
Fax: 0091-33-40048168
Website: http://kolkata.china-consulate.org/eng/
Email: chinaconsul_kkt@mfa.gov.cn

Contact details of Chinese Consulate General in Mumbai:

Address: 
9th Floor, Hoechst House, 193 Backbay Reclamation,
Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021, India
Tel: +91-22-56324303/4/5/6
Fax: +91-22-56324302 (Consulate Office)
website: http://mumbai.chineseconsulate.org/eng/
E-mail: chinaconsul_mum_in@mfa.gov.cn

We are specialized in Chinese to English and English to Chinese translation of all kinds of documents. Also for any kind of Official translation, legal translation, Embassy approved translation, Certified translation, MEA attestation for China Embassy, Apostille services you can contact us.

For any kind of information regarding Certified Translation, Legalization, MEA Attestation for China Embassy, please feel free to contact.

Thanks & Regards

ADVIKA TRANSLATIONS
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EMAIL: advikatranslations@gmail.com

Certified Polish Translation In Bangalore

Dear Sir/Madam,
Greetings of the Day!

Advika Translation provides Certified Polish Translation of your documents with Authentication Letter and Notarial, which is highly acceptable with all the Embassies, Regional Passport Office, Government Department, Courts, Legal Bodies, University, Institutions, Immigration, Companies and Customs. Our certification is valid all over India.

We provide authenticated, legalised, notarized and certified translations for all Regional and Foreign languages. Mainly the translation of documents mentioned below require Certification by an approved translation company:

  • Certified Polish translation of Birth Certificate
  • Certified Polish translation of Marriage Certificate
  • Certified Polish translation of Divorce Decree
  • Certified Polish translation of Police clearance Certificate
  • Certified Polish translation of Driving License
  • Certified Polish translation of Passport
  • Certified Polish translation of Visa
  • Certified Polish translation of Death Certificate
  • Certified Polish translation of Intermediate Certificate
  • Certified Polish translation of Higher Secondary Certificate
  • Certified Polish translation of University Degree & Diploma
  • Certified Polish translation of Mark sheets
  • Certified Polish translation of Medical certificate
  • Certified Polish translation of ITI Diploma
  • Certified Polish translation of Tender Documents
  • Certified Polish translation of House Registry
  • Certified Polish translation of Tender Documents
  • Certified Polish translation of Bank Statement
  • Certified Polish translation of Salary Slip
  • Certified Polish translation of Invitation Letter
  • Certified Polish translation of Property Documents & Registry
  • Certified Polish translation of Vaccination Certificate
  • Certified Polish translation of Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate

We follow the highest standard of translating a document by using only the Native experienced Polish translators in Bangalore, then checking the translation again for any possible error and then formatting it, so that it can give the same look as of original source document. Finally we deliver the Certified translated documents to you either by courier or our executives deliver these documents at your doorstep.

For our Polish certified translation services we use Embassy & Government approved translators. These Polish translators are highly educated, experienced and competent of translating both ways from English to Polish and Polish to English.

For nearly 10 years, we have been providing certified, authenticated and notarized translations of your important documents including Birth Certificate, Marriage certificate, Driving Licenses, Death Certificate, University Diplomas, school certificates, Mark sheets, Character certificates, Green Cards, Divorce Certificates, School Certificate and records, Police Records, Employment Records, Passports, Visa and much more for any language combination.

We have done thousands of Polish to English and English to Polish translation projects for our clients based in Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Manesar, Jaipur, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Udaipur, Hyderabad, etc. So, no matter whether your Polish document is issued from Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Bangalore, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Polish Nadu, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, anywhere in India or abroad; we are fully capable of helping you with your document translation requirements.

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Please Contact Us for more information:

ADVIKA TRANSLATIONS
Mobile: 09911493831, 9718888896

 
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