What is the Swedish register of interpreters and translators?
The Swedish database of authorised interpreters and translators is owned and administered by the Swedish Legal, Financial and Administrative Services Agency (Kammarkollegiet).
It contains a list of certified interpreters and translators who are authorised only to interpret or translate from or into Swedish. An individual may be authorised for a number of different languages. An authorised interpreter may also be authorised to work in a particular area of expertise as a court interpreter and/or medical interpreter.
Is access to the Swedish register of interpreters and translators free of charge?
Yes, it costs nothing to access the Swedish database of authorised interpreters and translators.
How do you search for an authorised interpreter or translator in Sweden?
If you are looking for an interpreter, you can search by language, special area of expertise, county (län) or surname. If you are looking for a translator, you can search by language, county (län), surname or translator number.
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