English language court interpreters

Each translation is a new product, a new author's work, so that not every translation is the same. That's why prices vary from case to case. If you want to find out the price of your translation, send us a request.


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English language as the most widely spoken language is used across all five continents. It is the official language in 67 states and organisations such as the United Nations, European Union, European Council and many others.


The history of the English language starts with the arrival of Germanic tribes in the 5th century and their settling in Britain. In this period, Old English or Anglo-Saxon emerged as the language spoken by Angles, Saxons and Jutes, who settled across Britain after the departure of Roman legions. In the 7th century, the Anglo-Saxons converted to Christianity and adopted the Latin script.  The epic poem Beowulf was written in Old English by an unknown author. After the Norman conquest of Britain in the 11th century, French, as the language of Norman kings, had a major influence on the English language. The Norman influence left an indelible trace and lead to creation of the Middle English language, which Geoffrey Chaucer used to write “The Canterbury Tales”. The period of Modern English is assumed to have started with works of William Shakespeare, but also with the translation of the King James Bible.


Our team includes permanently employed English language court interpreters who are always ready to respond to your request for translation and certification of any type of documents.


Our English language court interpreters are at your disposal for:


  • Certified translation by English language court interpreters;
  • Onsite interpreting if English language court interpreter's presence is required;
  • Interpreting;
  • Certification of already translated texts;
  • English text editing and proofreading.


We also offer:


  • Translation from English to Serbian;
  • Translation from Serbian to English ;
  • Translation from English to other languages;
  • Translation from other languages to English.


Standard documents include the following:


  • birth, marriage, and death certificates
  • certificate of no criminal record
  • certificate of residency
  • the Hague Apostille
  • excerpts from the Business Registers Agency
  • diplomas and certificates of primary and secondary schools
  • electricity and telephone bills



For more information, feel free to contact us.