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How do I get my Documents Translated by Service NSW?

If you're a customer of Service NSW, you may have been told that you need to go to Multicultural NSW in order to get your documents translated. But did you know that this is not actually the case? In fact, you can have your documents translated by a NAATI certified translator and they will be accepted by Service NSW.

So why does Service NSW steer customers towards Multicultural NSW for translation services? The simple answer is that Multicultural NSW is a government agency, whereas NAATI certified translators are independent professionals. By directing customers to Multicultural NSW, Service NSW can avoid dealing with the hassle of working with individual translators.

But there's a downside to this approach. Multicultural NSW is known for overcharging for simple translations, and many customers end up paying more than they should for their documents to be translated. This is particularly frustrating when you consider that there are NAATI certified translators who can provide the same service at a much lower cost.
At Lingo Ledger, we believe that customers should have access to high-quality translation services at a fair price. That's why we've built our platform to provide a more transparent and cost-effective alternative to traditional translation agencies like Multicultural NSW.

Through our innovative marketplace structure, customers can directly interact with our team of professional, NAATI certified translators and choose the one that best suits their needs and budget. This direct interaction not only ensures that customers get a more personalized and tailored translation experience, but it also ensures that they are getting a fair price for the services they receive.

In addition to offering competitive rates, our translations are also approved by Service NSW. So if you're looking to save money and get your documents translated quickly and efficiently, look no further than Lingo Ledger. Say goodbye to overpriced agencies like Multicultural NSW and hello to a better, more transparent translation experience.

Updated on: 26/02/2023

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