Our team of translators have significant experience in working with Government departments and understand the formalities involved in working with, and dealing with government authorities, whether it relates to settlement issues, immigration, continued education or recognition of overseas qualifications etc. At CALD Group we understand the precise nature of these processes and know the importance of having accurate certified translation of personal documents done with ease, fast and in a controlled costs .
One of our key areas of focus is the provision of a high quality translation service for personal documents required by clients. At CALD Group TranslationLInk, you will not wait for over a week to have your documents translated, we guarantee that documents will be translated by accredited, professional translators within 48 hours as part of our standard service, or 12-24 hours for express service delivery.
“We provide stamped Certified extract translations which are recognized and accepted by Government bodies in Australia”
CALD Group TranslationLink works exclusively with qualified and accredited translators in languages tested by the National Accreditation Authority of Translators and Interpreters (NAATI). This is another reason why you should entrust CALD Group with the translation of your documents.
To obtain a free, no-obligation quote, simply send us your documents via EMAIL, by fax to 03 9687 5992, by post to PO BOX 190, Footscray 3011. Vic or visit us at CALD Group Pty/Ltd | Suite 2, 48 Edgewater Boulevard, Maribyrnong Vic 3032 | Phone: + 61 3 9687 5991 | Fax: + 61 3 9687 5992
Example of personal documents include:
- Birth certificate
- Driver’s licence
- Education certificate
- School certificate
- Trade certificate
- Marriage certificate
- Divorce certificate
- Death certificate
- Employment reference
- Police clearance
- Citizenship certificate
- Family book
- Immunisation card
- Army book
- Bank statement
- or any other personal document
“Your documents are in safe hands with CALD Group TranslationLink”