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Q: Certified/notarized translation service in Beijing?

A former Chinese colleague of mine will be writing me a letter of recommendation for my grad school applications. As he doesn't speak/write English, the schools want me to have his letter professionally translated/notarized before I submit it. Does anyone know where I can find such a service in Beijing, and about how much it would cost for 1 page/~800 characters?

 

8 years 49 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Beijing

 
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I've been wondering the same thing. I've asked around a little and it seems like many professional translation companies can offer these services but it's not cheap. I think one page can cost anything between 300-600 RMB per page.

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