What is Certified Translation in Malaysia?

The author who is Certified Translator in Malaysia attempts to explain the different types of certified translation for use by Expats in Malaysia.

As a rule of thumb, prior to engaging a translator or translation company, an Expat needs to ascertain the type of transition that is required by the requesting parties whether if general certified translation would suffice or if they require a Malaysian government attested certified translation.

a) General Certified Translation for General Use

This is classified as documents to be used by non-government entities such as private and international schools and colleges or universities. For such case these entities may not require a government certified translation as it is used internally. In this case, Expats may use certified translation that is produced by embassies, high commissions or translators who are proficient in the source and target languages and signed with their credentials.

b) Certified Translation for Official Use

This is classified as documents to be used by:

i. Government based institutions such as banks. For example, this is required when an Expat would like to apply for mortgage loan in Malaysia either directly or via the Malaysia My Second Home Program (MM2H).

ii. Government agencies such as the National Registration Department (NRD). For example, this is required when an Expat would like to apply for birth certificate for their newly born baby while in Malaysia.

iii. Embassies and High Commissions for outbound purposes. This is required when an Expat would like to use any documents from Malaysia in their home country for example for marriage, for registration of their baby who was born in Malaysia.

c) Certified Translation by TRANSLATIONS MALAYSIA

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i. All Certified Translation for General Use will be translated and attested by a certified translator’s stamp.

ii. All Certified Translation for Official Use will be translated and attested by a certified translator’s stamp and endorsed by the Malaysian Translators Association.

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George Varughese, Posted on 11 July 2016 1030. Updated 11 July 2016 1110  12 July 2016 2005 #translationsmalaysia

Wawasan Destiny Translations – The choice of businesses

Corporations, SMEs and enterprises have come a long way to understand the need of diversifying their products and services to different markets segments. A crucial factor which is the connector is ‘language’. Language has its magic to penetrate the soul that governs the buying behaviour of the masses. We live today in a global village with the advent of internet era that enables market forces to engage and connect with their global consumer market. The roles of departments such as human resources, public affairs, corporate communications and even sales has changed tremendously due to the presence of different linguistic contexts to engage with effectively. Smart corporations makes good use of translators and translation companies face this communication barriers.

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Many businesses have found Wawasan Destiny Translations PLT to be a trustworthy choice to handle their marketing collaterals such as flyers and websites; and confidential documents such as official letter and statutory documents. They keep clients at rest as they adhere and even supersede deadlines. A good pre-submission and post-submission review process has been its hallmark among the industry. Banks, legal firms, hotels are sampling of their clientele. Wawasan Destiny Translations PLT is a boutique for the various subsets of translation that consists of general translation, review, copywriting, interpreting and certified translations.

Secure your peace of mind by using the services of Wawasan Destiny Translations PLT.

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George Varughese, Posted on 8 July 2016, 1900 #translationsmalaysia

Eid Mubarak to Moslem Expats in Malaysia

Eid Mubarak or Blessed Eid (, , , Persian/Urdu: , , , ,) is a traditional Muslim greeting reserved for use on the festivals of Eid ul-Adha and Eid ul-Fitr. Eid means“Celebration” and refers to the occasion itself, and Mubarak means “blessed”; for example: “Eid Mubarak, sister!” Source Google.uk

The management of Translations Malaysia wishes all Moslem Expats, Eid Mubarak. Spend this meaningful celebration with your loved ones and members of your community in this part of the world.

George Varughese, Posted on 4 July 2016, 1115  #translationsmalaysia

 

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The time is now

The time is now

As the saying goes, procrastination is the thief of time.  ‘Prov. If you put off doing what you ought to do, you will end up not having enough time to do it properly.’ From thefreedictionary.com

Its called perspective when one begins the process of goalsetting to focus for the one thing he or she has been destined for.

This image courtesy of JohnMaxwellTeam.com by Carl Bard caught my eyes:

Though one can go back and make a brand new start, Anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.

So let’s gets down to it! No matter the blunders of our delayed past, the opportunity lies open before us.

As an Expat what is keeping you from exploring possibilities in your new ‘home?’ Today is a good time. So wake up to the window of a new day with new possibilities.

George Varughese, Posted on 4 July 2016, o845 Last updated on 4 July 2016, 0902 #translationsmalaysia

Happy Sunday

The real challenge for an Expat living in a place not called home can be a quite a struggle. To strike an equilibrium with new surroundings amidst different social and political contexts, Expats must pursue real life! This comes from having a healthy lifestyle and sufficient rest.

Happy Sunday!

George Varughese, Posted on July 3, 2016 #translationsmalaysia

Croatian Biscuits in Malaysia

Good news to Croats in Malaysia! Yummy. Napolitanke Kraš / Kraš Wafer Gaufrette from Croatia is now available in Malaysians stores.

This articles has been extracted from https://www.facebook.com/croatianembassymalaysia/posts/281475605539652:0

 

George Varughese, Posted on 2 July 2016, #translationsmalaysia

Are you an Expat in Malaysia?

As an expatriate, localize yourself quickly with help from Wawasan Destiny Translations, your trusted solution for certified translation in over 50 languages, ready for use both by embassies (outbound) and Malaysian government authorities (inbound).

Posted on 30 June 2016, #translationsmalaysia

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Process and Quality Control are the 2 (two) key words that governs the production of every orders at Wawasan Destiny Translations PLT.

These ensures happy clients to keep coming back and to refer others to the same memorable experience.

It is vital for Expats to receive personalised, professional and reliable service such as to ensure the privacy of documents in a foreign environment. Every client is kept at rest due to the informed processes from enquiry to delivery.

Expats are pampered with free consultation at no additional cost pertaining to their need whether inbound or outbound.

As an Expat, contact Wawasan Destiny Translation today and let them assist you with all your translation needs.

Posted on 29 June 2016

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