Certified Translation is the abbreviation of National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters. It is an officially recognized translation professional certification body in Australia and is shared by nine state governments and has a reputation in the world. In essence, Certified Translation is not a translation agency, but an organization responsible for developing translator standards, maintaining and promoting high-quality translations. Its main function is to issue certificates to practitioners who are qualified in Australia and serve as translators and interpreters. Each Certified translator will have its corresponding practitioner number and seal.

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