The Leikin Translation Center delivers high-quality translations from or into French. Also notarized translations. Personal care guaranteed.

Translations German French

Many people speak the world language French – more or less confidently. For a translation from French-German or German-French you definitely need a native speaker, i.e. a translator with French as their mother tongue.

French translation – from French or into French

We do translations from or into French particularly frequently. French is the global language for many areas of business. Our excellently trained, native-speaker translators have the necessary stylistic sensitivity and linguistic awareness of detail in order to be able to translate complicated content clearly and understandably. Thanks to their cultural and social background, our specialist translators can apply the typical style of the country into whose language your text is to be translated to the target text.

Test us for your translation from or into French

Our translators are trained experts in their field. Please use the form on the right and request a non-binding offer. We guarantee the highest quality and process every order with strict confidentiality.

We offer translations for:

  • Correspondence
  • Certifications
  • Certificates and certificates
  • Birth certificates and ID cards
  • CVs,
  • Graduation certificates and certificates,
  • driver’s licenses,
  • Certificates and confirmations,
  • Contracts
  • assembly instructions and installation instructions,
  • Operating instructions and repair instructions

Notarial certification and apostilles

Notarized translation from or into French

For authorities, notarized translations often have to be delivered. We do this quickly and professionally. You need notarial certification for a translation not only for passports or visas, but in many cases also for:

  • Extracts from criminal records
  • Excerpts from the commercial register
  • Judgments
  • Certificates, diplomas, certificates

Certificates (birth certificate, marriage certificate, etc.)

Some examples of German-French translations

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