Professional Language Translators
Language translations can often be obtained through e-mail and online links. Translators wil usually provide an estimated translation fee based on the English document. Following are several sources of professional translation.
I. The IRB may be able to recommend specific translators, who will assist in document translation for a fee. Contact Steve Suter [email@example.com]
II. Spanish-Certified Court Interpreters
Here is a list of Spanish-certified Bakersfield-area court interpreters, with contact information. These individuals are also authorized to translate legal documents into Spanish for court filings.
III. Translators Use by Educational Institutions
A. Kern High School District uses "Panational Multilingual Services" [559-486-5638 www.panational.com]
B. Several California State University campuses use "Transcend Translations" [530-756-5834 www.transcend.net]
IV. California Multiple Award Schedules [CMAS]
At CMAS, the state of California provides lists of registered providers whose prices have been judged to be "fair, reasonable and competitive". The document translation services on this list can be accessed using the search term "translation" at the following site: http://www.applications.dgs.ca.gov/pd/search/main.asp