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    Hi,

    Is the term "sworn translator" correct? eg: The customs want your Id to be translted by a sworn translator.

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    It doesn't sound right to me. Maybe official translator or recognised translator.

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    Default Re: sworn

    Depending on the legal requirements of the country, such people may be known as sworn, recognised, certified or official translators.
    Please do not edit your question after it has received a response. Such editing can make the response hard for others to understand.


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    Default Re: sworn

    Note that 'identity' is abbreviated to 'ID'.

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    Default Re: sworn

    ok

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    Default Re: sworn

    So, "sworn translator" is not wrong, is it?

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    One of my Spanish friends has recently been officially recognised as a "sworn translator".
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bieasy View Post
    ok
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