Translation Cost in UAE
Translation Cost in UAE These are some of the most typical queries, and with good reason! Here are some broad details about how we determine our prices.
The length of the text to be translated, or the quantity of words, and the linguistic combination are the two main determinants of the cost of a translation. The translation rate increases with the rarity of the language pair.
Along with these two factors, the cost of a translation might differ greatly depending on the subject. The translation rates are higher when the vocabulary is more precise and technical. For instance, translating an article about nuclear reactor operation will be more expensive than translating a brochure on the top restaurants in the United Arab Emirates.
Last but not least, fees for translations vary depending on whether they need specific formatting work, have a tight deadline, or are of a particular nature (sworn translation, proofreading previously translated material, certified translation, and more).
Three service tiers
To effectively meet the unique needs of each translation project, translation in the UAE offers three degrees of service (premium, professional, and economy).
Economy: A perfect translation for personal or academic use. Not appropriate for publication. A skilled translator who is a native speaker will perform a light edit of a machine-generated translation to omit only the most egregious errors. For scanned PDF and photos, not accessible.
Professional: Standard translation by a professional. A native-speaking professional translator provided the translation. second native-speaking professional translator’s qualitative evaluation. A committed project manager oversees the project’s final quality. On request, translation memory is included.
Premium: A top-notch translation meant for publishing. A native-speaking professional translator provided the translation. A second native-speaking professional translator completes a review. A committed project manager oversees the project’s final quality. On request, a dictionary and translation memory are provided.
What is the price of a translation?
For tiny papers like ID cards, driver’s licenses, passports, and smaller certificates, the standard translation fee is $54. Additionally, there would be a fee an $0.12 per word for medium and bigger certificates, respectively. For languages like English, French, Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese, these are standard pricing.
Please be aware that costs might vary and rely on a number of variables, including the destination / source language combination, the document’s layout, and how quickly the translation is needed.