Swearing in interpreters Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

Interpreters are generally sworn in and translators are authorised to transmit oral and written voice for judicial and public prosecutorial purposes. Subsequently, the sworn interpreters and authorized translators are recorded in the interpreter and translator database.

In principle, the submitted documents must be: application official certificate of good conduct, signed CV, Proof of income, signed declaration on penalties, certificates issued by the court of enforcement, Declaration of short-term availability, Proof of state-recognised translation and/or interpreter examination or comparable aptitude, Proof of a secure knowledge of the German legal language.


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