Court interpreting

An authorized and court appointed interpreter is required for this type of interpreting. Besides interpreting, the court interpreter certifies the accuracy of an interpreting record by a round stamp. Court interpreting is required in official communications, in state institutions and companies during, e.g.:

  • court proceedings
  • meetings with a notary
  • police interrogations
  • driving school exams
  • meetings with authorities
  • wedding ceremonies with a foreigner

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