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    Can anyone recommend someone who could translate approximately 4 pages of English to Spanish? They are not complicated documents.

    The documents are to support my partner's Visa application for Spain.

    Payment will be paid in advance to the person.

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    If you need to do this for a Visa you should go to a lawyer, get them professionally translated and notarized.

    Most law offices can do this for you and it's RD$500 - $800 per page in my experience.

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    They have lots of women in Spain already, even "Dominicanas"!

    And you will save her air fare!!!!

    "WIN/WIN"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    [email protected] authorized legal translator - scan it to her, RD$800 a page and she will put it on Caribe tours or whatever back to you. She is based in Santo Domingo

    Matilda

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    My son's wife is contracted with at least one U.S. company for translating services. P.M. me with your info and I can have her contact you

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    Quote Originally Posted by jinty05 View Post
    Can anyone recommend someone who could translate approximately 4 pages of English to Spanish? They are not complicated documents.

    The documents are to support my partner's Visa application for Spain.

    Payment will be paid in advance to the person.
    Before you hire anyone, check with Spain's embassy/consulate to see if they have a listing of approved translators. Normally you can't use just anyone to do the translation when it's for a visa.




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    $500-$800 per page? I paid $4,000 for 3 pages becuase I use attorney, more professional and more legal that way.

    I can send you to the attorney in DR if you need. PM me.

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiamiDRGuy View Post
    $500-$800 per page? I paid $4,000 for 3 pages becuase I use attorney, more professional and more legal that way.

    I can send you to the attorney in DR if you need. PM me.

    Good luck.
    Paying more doesn't make it more legal. Olga Vinas, who Matilda recommended, is on the list of certified translators that the Dominican government accepts for residency/naturalization/etc.




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    CC I think this is a special case......she has put up with me for 10 years now so I think she deserves a wee treat???

    Quote Originally Posted by Criss Colon View Post
    They have lots of women in Spain already, even "Dominicanas"!

    And you will save her air fare!!!!

    "WIN/WIN"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC

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    This fits the bill. I think this is exactly what I need.

    Thanks a million

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matilda View Post
    [email protected] authorized legal translator - scan it to her, RD$800 a page and she will put it on Caribe tours or whatever back to you. She is based in Santo Domingo

    Matilda

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