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how much does it cost to translate a document

How much does it cost to translate a document from English to Russian/Russian to English?

Basic one-page personal documents like birth/death/marriage/divorce certificates and driver’s licences incur a flat fee of $60. Other documents are quoted at a per hour price.

The cost usually depends on the type of document to be translated, the amount of work involved (e.g. extensive formatting or desktop publishing), the subject matter and the deadline. Expect to pay more for legal, medical and technical translations. Urgent jobs will usually attract extra loading. Get in touch to find out more.


Can I have documents translated if I am overseas?

Russian Translation Services work electronically. You can share your documents via email from anywhere in Australia or the world.


What does a Russian Interpreter do?

 Your Russian interpreter can come to you anywhere in Australia or can provide services over the telephone.

Conference interpreters work mainly in simultaneous mode, conveying the spoken message to the audience in another language in real-time, almost in sync with the speaker.

Conference interpreting saves a lot of time and is mainly used for conferences and meetings with lengthy presentations. This mode of interpreting requires special equipment (interpreter booths) and competent simultaneous interpreters.

Russian interpreting is used in the corporate world, in courts, in hospitals, and during seminars/workshops. RTS Australia is able to help you with any Russian/English language needs during diplomatic meetings and international events. Private individuals may hire RTS Australia as a tour guide or as an interpreter for medical/legal reasons.


Why hire an independent Russian Interpreter?

Hiring an independent Russian interpreter cuts out the cost of the middle man. Agencies can charge 40% on top of the interpreter’s fees as they have to cover management costs, so going direct to a professional can save you hundreds of dollars.


What is NAATI accreditation?

 NAATI stands for the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters. It is the National Standards and Accreditation body for translators and interpreters in Australia. It is the only agency to issue certification for practitioners who work in translating and interpreting profession in Australia.

When you hire a NAATI accredited Russian/English translator or interpreter, you know you are working with an experienced and competent professional.

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