French translator

All types of translations from French to Serbian and from Serbian to French, with or without certification by a certified (sworn) translator. All our translators hold language degrees and are experienced professionals who certify with their seal and signature that the translation is fully true to the original text. The translation fully reflects the source text when it comes to terminology, tone and register. We translate and certify all types of documents for individuals and businesses. Our translators observe the principles and guidelines of the Association of Scientific and Technical Translators in Belgrade. We provide translation services for all types of documents and texts from and into French. By certifying the translated documents, our sworn French


Below are the most common certified translations:


  • Diplomas and School Certificates
  • Birth and Death Certificates
  • Certificates of Residence and Citizenship
  • Certificates of No Criminal Record or Civil Status Certificates
  • Contracts and Powers of Attorney
  • Official documents, health insurance cards or driving licenses
  • Tax returns or requests
  • Certificates of Citizenship and passports
  • Extracts from registries and certificates
  • Technical instructions and user manuals
  • Medical reports
  • Marketing contracts and business plans
  • Websites and books

Our team of professional translators will provide you with correct terminology and professional translation with the fastest turnaround times. We approach each translation project with responsibility and a high level of professionalism. In addition to extremely competitive prices, we provide a free-of-charge delivery. You only need to prepare the documents you want translated and leave the rest to us.


About the French language


As a member of the Romance language family, it is a mother tongue to around 115 million people worldwide but has around 400 million active users in over 50 countries. French is the official language of the European Union and, along with English and German, one of the three working languages used by the European Commission. French verbs have ten tenses, five simple and five complex. French boasts a large number of dialects and a lot of its words originate from English, Italian, German and Arabic. There are also regional varieties of French, such as Belgian French, Aostan French, Occitan, Metropolitan French, Jersey French, Swiss French, African French, etc.