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I have to arrange English language translations of my documents. Who is authorised to translate them for me?

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I have to arrange English language translations of my documents. Who is authorised to translate them for me?

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If you have undertaken studies overseas in a language other than English, you must supply verified copies of the following documents: • the original language transcript of studies showing subjects and results • the original language award certificate (if the qualification has been completed) • an English translation of these documents • a copy of the grading scale where available. The translation must be from one of the following organisations (translations made by the issuing institution may not be acceptable): • Community Relations Commission for Multicultural New South Wales Level 8, Stockland House, 175 Castlereagh St Sydney 2000 telephone: 1300 651 500 (Tollfree) website: www.crc.nsw.gov.au • National Accreditation Authority for Translators & Interpreters (NAATI) Telephone: (02) 9267 1357 website: www.naati.com.au NAATI qualified freelance or private agency translators must be accredited as at least a professional ‘translator’ (formally known as Level 3). Translated documents must

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