The Corinth Translation Centre, established almost two decades ago, offers high standard professional translation services by our experienced and certified associates for the Greek market and abroad.
Throughout this time, we have developed a significant network of associates consisting of professional certified colleagues with years of experience and expertise in a variety of specialised translation fields. We have also developed an excellent collaboration with the Translation Services of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs thus covering all the demands and needs of our customers.
In addition, we offer interpretation services; undertake corporate correspondence and communication with any country abroad; provide our customers with information and full support services regarding moving, working or studying abroad.
It is our goal to deliver translation services of a high standard which serve the purposes of our customers, whether it is a business, an organization or a private client, always through a professional yet friendly personalized service.
The Corinth Translation Service was founded by Christina Oikonomou, who as a certified translator, a graduate of the Department of Foreign Languages, Translation & Interpreting of the Ionian University in Greece and as a member of the Panhellenic Association of Professional Translators Graduates of the Ionian University (PEEMPIP) has the authority to issue certified translations which are officially accepted by all organisations in Greece and abroad. The Panhellenic Association of Professional Translators Graduates of the Ionian University (PEEMPIP) is a member of FIT International (International Federation of Translators) and EULITA (European Legal Interpreters and Translators Association)
We offer a wide range of translation services to private clients and businesses in Greece and abroad. Indicatively we offer:
Certified translations of certificates (e.g. birth certificates, marriage certificates, family certificates, etc.), foreign language competency certificates and diplomas, Greek or foreign language university certificates, declarations, statements (e.g. residency permits, work permits) and in general any other kind of document you wish to translate so that you can submit it for any legal purpose to any public or private office in Greece and abroad.
We also undertake the translation of specialised documents such as: medical documents (medical reports, medical exams, prescriptions, text with medical and pharmaceutical content), legal documents (contracts, agreements, minutes, lawsuits, court orders, etc.), financial documents (payrolls, bank documents, public revenue office documents, tax returns, etc.), education-related documents (certificates, diplomas, school reports, grades transcripts, confirmations, statements, etc.), tourism sector documents (restaurant menus, tourist guides), technical documents (manuals, technical studies, instructions, regulations, ISO certificates, machinery operation booklets), commercial and marketing documents (advertising, presentations, promotion leaflets), website translations and any kind of foreign language communication or correspondence.Get a Quote
Interpretation Services Professional Interpretation Services for conferences, board meetings, seminars etc. by certified Interpreters with experience and expertise.Get a Quote
Ιnformation and completion-of-application services for the acquisition of Greek citizenship. Also, information and all-around support including translations and citizenship acquisition services or passport issuance services for Australia and Canada.Get a Quote
information, completion-of-application services, certified legalized and recognized translations required for enrolment and registration in any university abroad, including Bulgaria, Romania and the U.K.Get a Quote
Greek language and Greek culture and history lessons for those wishing to be able to communicate in Greek, or to obtain a Greek State Language Certificate or to obtain Greek citizenship.Get a Quote
The cost for any translation is determined based on the volume, the language, the format and the type of the document you wish to translate. The delivery of the translations varies according to the needs of each client.
It is essential for us to view your document (either in person at our office or via e-mail) so that we can give you a precise quote and timeline for the delivery of your translation.
The payment for your translation can be done either with a bank deposit or transfer or in person at our office during our opening times.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 9:00 – 19:00
Tuesday: 9:00 – 15:00 & 16:00 – 21:00The opening hours may vary during public holidays or other occasions.
Usually, we need around 4 working days to prepare your translation, counting from the day after we receive your assignment. For projects that include specialised terminology or other special features, our timeline may vary. The timeline and the exact delivery appointment are decided and agreed upon exclusively with each client according to their needs.
The translation cost is determined based on the volume, the language, the format and the type of document you wish to translate. For that reason, it is essential for us to view your document (either in person at our office or via e-mail) so that we can give you a precise quote for your translation.
If you wish to submit your documents to private organisations or companies, usually a true and certified translation is adequate, without an Apostille.
However, for any kind of transaction with public offices, services or organisations in Greece or abroad such as local authorities, registries, ministries, financial organisations, courts, universities, etc., your original documents need to be validated with an Apostille.
An Apostille is a certificate that authenticates the origin of a public document (e.g., a birth, marriage or death certificate, a judgment, an extract of a register or a notarial attestation). Apostilles can only be issued for documents issued in one country party to the Apostille Convention and that are to be used in another country which is also a party to the Convention. You will need an Apostille if all of the following apply: • the country where the document was issued is party to the Apostille Convention; and • the country in which the document is to be used is party to the Apostille Convention; and • the law of the country where the document was issued considers it to be a public document; and • the country in which the document is to be used requires an Apostille in order to recognise it as a foreign public document
If you have any doubts, you should ask the intended recipient of your document whether an Apostille is necessary in your particular case.
An Apostille must be placed directly on the public document itself or on a separate attached page. This is a procedure that has to be completed before the document is translated into the language you require. Before you assign the translation of your document to us, you must ensure that your document bears an Apostille by the competent authority. You can contact the competent public authority that issued your document in order to be informed regarding this procedure. Alternatively, you can call our office so that we can offer you guidance and instructions about how to proceed.
A public document can only be apostillised by the relevant Competent Authority of the country that issued the document. The list of all Competent Authorities designated by each country that has joined the Apostille Convention is available in the Apostille Section of the Hague Conference website.
The competent authorities in Greece authorised to issue an Apostille are the following:
Please call our office and we can offer you all the required information and instructions.
We do not use automated translation tools that one can usually find online, as the translations they provide are extremely inaccurate and are not up to professional standards. However, we do use other specialized translation tools available for professional translators which aim to optimize the final result.