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Official Document Translations for Relocating Pharmacists

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Translating Documents for Relocation

First step in relocation planning is registration with the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (PSI) As part of this registration process you will need official translations of your certificates/documents/ID’s etc. The PSI requires applicants to provide certified English translation of any document which is not written in English.

The translation must be:

  • The translation must be carried out by an official qualified translator.
  • The translator must confirm, in the English language, that the translation is an exact translation of the original document.
  • Each page of the translation must be signed, stamped and dated by the translator, and include the translator’s professional contact details (telephone, address and email).
  • The photocopy of the original document must also be stamped by the translator as evidence that they have seen the original document.

When the translator has provided you with the documents, you must email both the translation and the stamped and signed photocopy/scan of the original document as one file to the PSI. The translator must confirm, in English, that the translation is an exact translation of the original document. The translation must be in writing and must include the translator’s professional contact details.

The translation of the original document is not required to be certified by a notary. We encourage applicants to read the PSI carefully or contact [email protected] in case of doubts.

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Posted on 20 October 2022 by Lara Lima
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