Polish Language Services
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The Polish language is a Lechitic language within the West Slavic language group within the Indo-European language family. It is the official language of Poland, and it is also one of the 24 official languages of the European Union.
Languages similar to Polish are the Czech, Slovak and Sorbian languages. Polish has vocabulary borrowed from the Belarusian, Czech, English, French, German, Italian, Latin and Ukrainian languages. One unique characteristic of Polish is the continued survival of nasalized Early Slavic vowels within the language’s grammatical structure.
With Translit, you can expect to receive a translation from someone who understands the Polish language. Your English to Polish and Polish to English documents will be completely certified by our team of Polish translators.
Our language experts at Translit are trained to translate documents from a variety of industries (i.e., academic, financial, legal, medical, technical, etc.). Our Polish translators will translate your documents and proofread your orders to ensure accuracy.
We put your mind at ease because all your birth certificates, civil documents, marriage certificates, criminal records, power of attorney documents, adoption papers, court decisions, etc. will be done proficiently with a fast turn-around. All translations are fully certified and can be verified by Notary Public or Solicitor if required. That way, if you have documents that need to be certified in other countries, we can have those documents notarised for you and legalised with an Apostille on it.
Translit guarantees accurate document translations, so expect your documents to read perfectly when translated. Our prices are also very reasonable—some of the best you can find in Ireland.
We love meeting with our customers, but we know this is not always convenient. So, don’t worry about needing to see us in person. All it takes is a scanned image or an emailed photo for us to get a quote ready for your work. All we need is a clear image to get started on your translations.