FAQ

Translation fee of each type of document is different as it depends on type of the translation and its content. Therefore, client can send document for the evaluation of translation fee via 3 channels as follow :

There are 3 channels of sending document as follow:

  • Receiving by own
  • Sending by EMS which is charged additionally 70 Baht
  • Sending by messenger which depends on distance and it is cash on delivery service.

Yes, we do as the document will be affixed Certification of Translation which is registered by the Company. Moreover, we provided Certification by translators who have registered to Ministry of Justice (Notary Public Attorney)

Document is normally certified as follow:

  • Certification of Translation by Notary Public Attorney
  • Legalization Service of Department of Consular Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Certification of Translation by the embassy of each country depending on type of document and the country where such document will be submitted.
  • Certified by translator

Some translation can be used immediately, and some translation must be certified by Department of Consular Affairs before utilization as the case may be depending on utilizing methods and the contacted organizations.

Yes we do, Legalization Service at Department of Consular Affairs is normally charged Operating Fee 400 Baht per each stamp, it takes approximately 3-4 days after submission.

In case of urgency, Operating Fee is 800 Baht per stamp and it takes merely 1 day.

Evidences required for Legalization Service at Department of Consular Affairs:

  • The translated document
  • Original document *manuscript
  • Power of Attorney

It is provided to bring the translated document as well as correction points by Department of Consular Affairs to us and we will make correction free of charge.