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- Where is Your Spanish Translation located? Can I visit your head office?
Your Spanish Translation is a worldwide professional translation company. We are a global company with ability to serve our clients no matter where they are.
Our head office is located in New York City, New York (415 Madison Avenue, 15th Floor, New York City, NY 10017, +1 212-537-6123). You are welcome to visit us at any moment, or you can also contact us via email or phone. To view a list of local numbers, please click here. In general, 95% of the projects can be completed without arranging any meeting. However, if you wish to have a meeting with us, we will arrange one at your earliest convenience. We are always at your disposal.
- How do you choose your translators?
We are very selective in the process of hiring an employee here at Your Spanish Translation, Inc. All translators and interpreters must pass a test created by us in order to become an employee. They are then tested every 3 months internally for quality control. All of our translators have certifications in multiple languages from the American Translator Association (ATA). They are translators with expertise in business, technical, medical and healthcare, legal, education, advertising, and more. We are equipped with a team of professional translators with years of international translation and localization experience to perfectly fit your document translation or interpreting needs.
- Who will translate my document?
The translator working on your project is as likely to be in one of our offices in the US, Colombia, Mexico, Argentina, UK, Egypt, etc. as anywhere else in the world; it is a question of time and available resources.
- What is the difference between a “certified translation” and a “notarized translation”?
Certification, a free service for all translations returned as hard-copies, is Your Spanish Translation’s signed claim stating that we stand behind the accuracy of the document. For example, we define a certified translation done in the United States as one completed by a translator who is a member of the American Translators Association (ATA).
A notarized translation is one that bears a notary’s seal. Notarization is an additional service, adds the notary’s signature as an official witness to the signing of the document. It can be added to the document itself as a footer or on a separate statement of accuracy. Once we know a bit about your project, we may be able to help you decide which is best.
- What is a “sworn translator” and do you have any available?
A translator is Sworn when he/she is certified by the government of his/her residence, enabling him/her to execute Sworn Translations. In a number of countries, a legal distinction for translators exists. It allows them to translate and stamp their translations as accurate and faithful to the original. In the US, where the distinction does not exist, Your Spanish Translation combines its agency certification with a notary’s signature to achieve the equivalent.
- What are your payment terms and methods?
We accept credit cards, debit cards, PayPal, checks and bank transfers. Payment is due upfront.
- Which currencies do you accept?
We accept all currencies.
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Worldwide and Regional Contact Numbers
|Phoenix & Tucson||1-800-969-6853||Detroit||1-800-969-6853|
|San Antonio||1-800-969-6853||San Diego||1-619-717-2780|
|Mexico||+52 (55)5350-7283||London||(020) 3 002-8293|
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NOTE: We provide interpreting and translation of all languages and we interpret and translate everywhere. If your city/country is not listed, please e-mail us with your project or job and it will get done.