In addition to our notary public services, we also provide translation services for documents (not written in English) to be translated into English or for documents that are written in English to be translated into other languages. Our translators are all accredited by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Ltd (NAATI).
Hassle-free translation services.
If you need to use your document in Australia, but it is written in a language other than English, you need to use our translation services to have your document translated into English by a NAATI accredited translator.
For example, you might need to use a NAATI accredited translator to translate birth certificates, marriage certificates, or education records and qualifications.
Common language requests include:
- Chinese to English
- Croatian to English
- Hindi to English
- Indonesian to English
- Malay to English
- Serbian to English
Whenever you are sending an English document (ie, such as a document created in Australia) to another country that does not recognise English as an official language, you should check the accredited translation requirements of that intended destination country. In the same way that translations by NAATI accredited translators are accepted in Australia, other countries will have their own accreditation regime and you will probably need to comply to avoid your translation being rejected (even if it was translated by a NAATI accredited translator).
Other FAQs regarding our translation services
For more information regarding our translation services, please see our Frequently Asked Questions.
- What languages do you cover in relation to your translation services?
- Should I have my documents translated before or after you notarise my documents?
- Will my documents be translated by a NAATI accredited translator?
- How long does it take to translate my documents?
- Can I get my documents translated straight away?
- How much does it cost to translate my documents?
- Is it cheaper for me to arrange my own translation?
- Can I arrange my own translation?
- Do you provide an interpretation service?
- I am a NAATI accredited translator, do you have any job vacancies?
Do you have any questions regarding this article?
If you have never had to have a document notarised before, you may find our role as a notary public, the notary public services that we provide, and this whole process (especially authentication, legalisation and apostille) to be confusing and daunting. Do not worry! We are here to try to simplify it, make it easy for you to understand, and to guide you or assist you with achieving your desired goal.
So, what next?
If you are now ready to proceed with having your document notarised, please visit our Notary Fees page for a FREE quote on our notary public services or just call us on 02 9687 8885 and speak to our friendly staff about your requirements.
Why choose Phang Legal for your notary public services?
We are a leading provider of notary public services in Sydney known for our low-cost fixed fee notary services, our availability to provide notary public services on short notice, and our focus on personal and timely notary public services. With our offices conveniently located in Parramatta, the geographic centre of the Sydney metropolitan area, our notary public assists clients from across all suburbs of Sydney and beyond.
This website is maintained by Phang Legal, an incorporated legal practice in Parramatta and a leading provider of notary public services to clients across Sydney. Extensive experience and low-cost fixed prices ensures quality services and satisfied clients.
Ern Phang is the solicitor director of Phang Legal and a notary public. Ern regularly writes about his experiences as a notary public and the kinds of issues faced by his clients in sending documents overseas.
All information contained in this article is for general purposes only and correct as at the time of publication. You should only rely on information and advice that is specific to your situation and current at the time you wish to rely on it.
Posted: 2010-01-01 00:00:28 / Last edited: 2018-02-28 00:00:08