Clear communication and fast delivery throughout the Netherlands
I specialise in translating (handwritten) Arabic documents and have been providing quality translations Arabic into Dutch for both individual clients and businesses since 1991.
I provide translation services throughout the Netherlands. Documents and translations are sent by post or email and you can simply pay by bank transfer.
Based in Cairo from 2003 until 2018, I have acquired a broad experience in translating all kinds of documents from Egypt, Sudan, Syria and other Arabic-speaking countries, intended for use in the Netherlands.
Dorothea Roorda Translations | Translation Services Arabic provides Dutch quality translations of Arabic documents and texts, including:
Please contact me for more information or a quote. For a quote, send a clear scan or photo of all the pages of your document or text by using the contact form. You will receive a quotation within two hours on working days. After accepting my quote, I will send an invoice. If you are a private client, please take into account that your translation will be sent only after your payment (or proof thereof) has been received.
A sworn translation is always prepared in a paper version as it contains the original signature and the official stamp of the translator and also because the translation has to be inseparably attached to the (copy of the) original document.
In general, sending a clear scan of your document is sufficient.
I advise you to contact the institution or authority for which the translation is intended in advance, in order to know if you need to translate an original document, a copy or a certified copy.
If you require a sworn translation of an original document, you can send me this document (preferably by registered mail).
Translations of standard documents are usually sent within two working days. As an extra service, if required, the translation will also be sent as a PDF File.
In all cases it is important that you send the correct spelling of the names mentioned in the document or text. This is the spelling according to the passport or identity card.