Sworn transaltion French Estonian

If you need a sworn translation from French to Estonian, you can count on the professional translators at Eesti Consulting Oรœ. Our team of highly qualified and experienced translators are all native speakers of both French and Estonian, so you can be confident that your document will be accurately and fluently translated. We understand the importance of getting your documents translated correctly and we will work diligently to ensure that your needs are met. Contact us today for a free quote on your sworn translation project!

Exampled translations:

  • Sworn translation of Article of Association from Estonian business registry – Estonian / French
  • Translation of corporate documentsย 
  • Oral interpreting during the meeting in the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) concerning the application for a cryptocurrency license
  • Translation of printouts from business register

Our Estonian translators have more than 10 years of experience in written and oral translations. Our main specialization is translating legal, financial, and technical documents, and translation for tax authorities, including EMTA, RIK, European Parliament, and the European Commission.

At our company, we provide ourselves in having experienced translators for 30 languages: Estonian, English, Russian, Finnish, German, Swedish, French, Spanish… You get the point. We’ve got you covered no matter what language you require.


Only certified translators can officially translate from Estonian to any other language starting from January 1st, 2015. A certified translator is a public official authorized by the state to legally certify copies of documents translated by themselves or another person, as well as information gathered from official records.

Until 2020, EESTI CONSULTING can do translations from foreign languages into Estonian or another foreign language also together with a notarial certification as before.

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