(Verein beeidigter Dolmetscher und Übersetzer Sachsen e.V.).
Our association was founded in the year 2000 as a membership organisation for sworn interpreters and translators. All of our members are authorized to interpret for official bodies such as the police, the courts and public agencies, and to produce certified translations.
Our services at a glance:
Interpreting and translating for courts and official bodies
Other interpreting services
Translating audio recordings
We are only too aware that for the uninitiated, the search for a suitable interpreter or translator can be a very time-consuming and bewildering experience; there is often no concrete, structured information available, and little clarity about where and how to begin the search. That is why we are happy to offer our assistance. The members of our association are sworn interpreters and translators for a wide variety of languages who have plenty of experience working with German authorities and public institutions. Our association can also call on a network of more than five hundred interpreters and translators. Irrespective of the language and assignment in question, we safeguard the professional rights of our publicly sworn interpreters and translators.
We are not an interpreting and translation agency. Our aim is to put you directly in touch with the interpreter or translator you need, saving you time and enabling you to benefit from the experience of our colleagues. Once contact has been established, any further questions can be clarified directly between you and the individual providing the services you need.
We can relieve you of the burden of searching for a qualified interpreter or translator who is currently available for work, which might otherwise prove difficult and time-consuming.
If work is commissioned, you will be able to communicate directly with the interpreter or translator who is acting on your behalf. This will enable you to discuss your needs with them on a one-to-one basis without intermediaries.
In addition to performing their day jobs, volunteers from the association also provide a telephone hotline service round the clock; call 0800 888 88 33 (no fees, within Germany only).
Alternatively, you can of course get in touch via our email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to hearing from you, and will be happy to deal with your enquiry.