Céad míle fáilte!
Spoken by tens of thousands of people on a daily basis, the Irish language is used in many forms of everyday and official use. A great number of these speakers are in the rural Gaeltacht areas of Galway, Kerry, Cork and Donegal with many more outside of these areas using it on a daily or weekly basis. Irish Government documents are bi-lingual and display both Irish and English text and many immigration and academic certificates are issued exclusively in the mother tongue. The Irish language is also one of the official languages of the EU.
The most popular document translation services for Irish include, but are not limited to:
- Birth Certificates
- Marriage Certificates
- Certificate of Naturalisation
- Degree Certificates
- Annual Reports
Fun fact about Ireland: The Emerald Isle’s patron saint, St. Patrick, was not actually Irish! While we dress in green and celebrate his feast day on March 17th every year, St. Patrick actually came from Wales and was captured and brought to Ireland by pirates! He worked in captivity for 6 years before returning home, but then came back to Ireland years later as a Christian missionary after a vision.
Aloha Translations currently has Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Irish, Italian, Latin, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish translators. All of our translators are fluent in English and many speak more than two languages. They are highly qualified to provide translation services in Dublin and have plenty of experience in their field.
Our team of native translators are ready and waiting to translate your documents… so let’s get started!