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 Lithuanian Translation Services

At OPAL Translation, we believe that native speakers are the most qualified translators. As such, we have hired Lithuanian translators who are knowledgeable and fluent in Lithuanian and English vocabulary. We have screened the best NAATI certified translators who know the common phrases, terminologies and culture of both languages. All of these contribute to translating the document accurately and producing high-quality Lithuanian translation services.

Our translators specialise in multiple industries such as corporate, legal, medical, government, and many more. This helps us provide Lithuanian translation services to all our clients ranging from businesses, government agencies, community organisations and individuals.

Get an instant quote for your document. Complete the online quote form and attach a copy of your document, we will email you the detailed estimate for your translation in only 15 minutes!

Fast and Accurate Lithuanian Translation Services

Whether you need a Lithuanian to English and English to Lithuanian translation, our services are available online nationwide. Send us your document today for a fast and FREE quotation. We translate several documents such as:

Lithuanian Personal Documents

    • Birth Certificates
    • Academic Transcripts
    • Divorce Certificates
    • Marriage Certificates
    • Death Certificates
    • ID Cards
    • Driver’s Licences
    • Police Checks
    • And Many More
    Lithuanian Corporate Documents

    • Legal Contracts
    • Websites
    • Marketing Materials
    • Financial Statements
    • Technical Documents
    • Research Papers
    • Instruction Manuals
    • Applications
    • And Many More

Lithuanian Translation FAQ

How long do translations take?

Every day, we receive a high volume of requests for Lithuanian translation services. As such, our translators can finish a translation with three pages or less in 2 to 3 business days.

For urgent translations, we have Instant and Express Lithuanian translation services. Once you order your Lithuanian translation, you will receive the finished document in less than 24 hours! How great is that?

What if I need a NAATI certified translation?

All of our Lithuanian translators are NAATI accredited. We can produce NAATI certified Lithuanian translation services for your documents. We aim to provide high-quality Lithuanian translation services that adhere to Australia’s NAATI standards.

How much are your Lithuanian translation services?

We offer Lithuanian translation services for as low as AU $69 for all types of documents. Our prices vary according to the length, subject matter and language. You can check our low rates when you ask for a FREE quotation for your translation through the quote form.

How can I order a translation?

Once you have the quote for your document, you can process your order through funds transfer. We accept online banking, credit cards and PayPal.

Upon finishing your document translation, you will be receiving a draft to check and approve. When we receive your approval, the final soft copy will be sent to you through email.

Do you also provide a hard copy of the finished translations?

Yes, we do. Aside from the soft copy of the finished translation, a certified hard copy can be sent to your preferred address upon your request (additional postage and handling fee applies). Inform us, and we will send you one by Post. In three to five days, you will receive your copy.

About the Lithuanian LanguageLithuanian Translation Services

  1. The Lithuanian language is among the least common languages used in Europe.
  2. In the Lithuanian language, a married woman adds an ‘-ienė’ to her last name.
  3. Nebeprisikiškiakopūsteliaujantiesiems is Lithuanian’s longest word.
  4. The language is a part of the Baltic group of languages in the Indo-European, language family.
  5. A lot of Lithuanian words are similar to the Sanskrit language.
  6. The very first Lithuanian book was the Catechism authored by Martynas Mažvydas. It was printed in 1547.
  7. Today, more than 2.7 million Lithuanian are native speakers of the language.
  8. Lithuanian has become one of the official languages of the European Union since 2014.