When entering certain countries, travellers are requested to present a negative report of a PCR test taken within the 48 previous hours to their trip, in order to confirm they are not infected with the virus.
Official Sworn Translator
When is it necessary to get a sworn translation of a PCR test report?
It will be necessary to have a sworn translation of a PCR test report when the document is written in a language different from the official language of the country of destination. In that case, the report needs to be translated into the official language of the country or into English.
Our German, English, French, Italian, Russian, Polish, Portuguese, Italian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Arabic, Chinese or Ukrainian sworn translators can perform translations of COVID-19 test reports.
How can I translate my PCR test report?
It is a quick and easy process!
We just need you to send a scanned copy of your PCR report and request the language you need it to be translated to.
Once you accept our “offer”, we can translate the document from the scanned copy. We do not need the original document. This copy of the original document will be attached to the translation so it is clear the latter corresponds to the former. The whole document will be certified, signed and sealed by a sworn translator authorized by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Finally, we will send you a scanned copy of the translation in a digitally signed PDF in less than 24 hours.
How long will I have to wait to receive a sworn translation of my PCR test report?
Since this needs to be a rush process in order to be able to travel, we will send you the sworn translation of your PCR test report via email (certified, signed, sealed and with a digital signature) in less than 24 hours.
We offer sworn translations of COVID-19 PCR test reports throughout Spain:
Valencia, Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Zaragoza, Sworn Translator Malaga, Murcia, Palma de Mallorca, Gran Canarias, Bilbao, Ceuta, Santiago, Toledo, Melilla, Burgos, Ciudad Real, Córdoba, Vigo, Jaén, Santander, Logroño, Cádiz, Lugo, Badalona, Granada, Almería…