What Do You Need to Work Abroad?

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What do you need to work abroad?: Working abroad

To begin with, working abroad is a good opportunity to open some doors to new experiences. At Berlin Translate, we know that many of you want to do it. And that’s why we give your more details about the necessary documents and actions. If you need more information about living abroad, you can click on this page.

We know that the challenge of leaving your country is linked to tremendous enthusiasm. However, it requires a lot of paperwork and bureaucracy. But, don’t worry, we have a team of professional translators to help you through the whole translation and support process.

What do you need to work abroad?: First steps

First of all, before you apply for a job, you have to update your résumé and your cover letter. These two documents have indeed to be written in the language of the country you want to work for. So, send them to us so we can translate them. We will know how to sell you rightly!

What do you need to work abroad?: Documents needed

Have you passed this step and have you been called to work there? Congratulations! Now, second step: prepare the necessary documents. You’ll probably need very similar documents to the following:

Certified photocopy of your passport

Original multilingual birth certificate

Certified photocopy of your ID

Original certificate of your criminal record

Certified photocopy of your university degree

Certified photocopy of your school certificate

Other potential documents

In some cases, you may need other documents, such as a wedding certificate if necessary. So, don’t worry, our sworn translators will translate your documents with the absolute confidentiality and technical nature.

At Berlin Translate, we take on translating all the documents you need professionally and on time. So, all you have to do is to contact us or go to our office.

Conclusion

To conclude, do not hesitate to contact us and we’ll provide you with a quotation as soon as possible. We are convinced that you won’t forget your experience abroad, trust us!

Alicia
I am a second-year student of a Master's degree in multidisciplinary translation at the Faculty of Translation and Interpretation in Mons, Belgium. For now, my working languages are Spanish and English, but I would like to broaden my horizons!