Whether you need a certified translation of a Serbian birth certificate, marriage certificate or a translation from Serbian to English or English into Serbian, you’ve come to the right place!
At Libra Translation we have access to a wide network of language professionals that are supported by excellent quality assurance practices to provide you with the best possible Serbian translation service and results.
We've been providing translation services within the UK for around ten years, and are looking forward to taking on your project. Feel free to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to get a quote for your project - a member of our team will be in contact with you as soon as possible.
We only work with Serbian translators and linguists with proven experience and qualifications in their field, ensuring that you get the highest quality translation possible. We also have stringent in-house processes for quality control for the best possible result.
Our certified translations are performed to UK government standards, meaning they are suitable for just about any official purpose within the UK. If you need an official Serbian translation for another jurisdiction, please contact us to discuss your requirements. Most one- or two-page certified translations can be done for £65. It's worth first checking whether you need an apostille on your original document, and we'll be happy to advise you regarding this.
We’ve helped clients in obtaining UK visas, getting their documents prepared for marriage in the UK as well as numerous other administrative purposes such as house purchases or attendance at a UK university.
If you need Serbian to English legal translation for a court case or company registration, technical translation for a product manual or service, or even technical documentation or a brochure produced in several languages we’ll be happy to help out with our high-quality Serbian translation services.
We're happy to provide tailor-made advice relating to our Serbian translation services, as we understand that getting a document certified or having a Serbian translation of your website done can be a daunting process if this is something you haven't experienced before, or haven't worked with a translation agency previously. We're also skilled in the arts of layout and desktop publishing to make sure your final document is easy on the eye.
If you're ordering a certified translation from us, turnaround time for Serbian translation is usually 2-3 days, although rush services may sometimes be possible. We'll provide you with both an electronic copy as well as a bound paper version of your Serbian translation by first class recorded post for your reference.
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Serbia is known for producing genius inventor Nikola Tesla and tennis giant Novak Djoković, but a little-known fact is that it is also one of the world’s largest producers of raspberries.
The language has around 12 million native speakers worldwide, and is one of very few languages with a dual alphabet, with the choice to write in either Latin or Cyrillic script, which is the only European language to do so.
Serbian is a Slavonic language, and shares some linguistic similarities with other nearby countries in the region.
Like any country, Serbia is home to a myriad of interesting traditions, many relating to family. When a Serbian man's wife gives birth to a child, his friends will rip off his shirt, which was originally used to wrap the baby with in times gone by.
During a wedding, the groom is required to shoot an apple hanging from a branch to prove that he is worthy to protect his future family.
The most important holiday in the Serbian calendar is that of each family's patron saint, where bread and red wine will be taken to the church in the morning to be blessed by the priest before the day's festivities can begin.
Serbian food (and drink) is also not to be missed, famous for rakija (a distilled fruit brandy) and cevapi, grilled Serbian sausages served in a pitta.
Orthodox monk Lazar the Serb was the first person to create an operational clock for outdoor use.
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