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Dutch Translation Services
Our NAATI certified Dutch translators provide fast and accurate Dutch translation services.
Our professional Dutch translators deliver certified Dutch translations with a 100% acceptance rate for migration and legal purposes in Australia.
Dutch Translator for Migration Documents
Melbourne Translation provides certified Dutch translations no matter where you are based in Australia.
Such documents include police checks, passports, identification cards, bank statements, utility bills and other documents that may be needed when you submit your visa application.
Our experienced Dutch migration translators are ready to help you. To begin, simply email us with your documents attached for a free quote.
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The Dutch Language
More About The Dutch Language
The history of the Dutch language begins around AD 450–500 after Old Frankish, one of the many West Germanic tribal languages, was split by the Second Germanic consonant shift. At more or less the same time the Ingvaeonic nasal spirant law led to the development of the direct ancestors of modern Dutch Low Saxon, Frisian and English. The northern dialects of Old Frankish generally did not participate in either of these two shifts, except for a small amount of phonetic changes, and are hence known as Old Low Franconian; the "Low" refers to dialects not influenced by the consonant shift. The most south-eastern dialects of the Franconian languages became part of High—though not Upper—German even though a dialect continuum remained. The fact that Dutch did not undergo the sound changes may be the reason why some people say that Dutch is like a bridge between English and German. Within Old Low Franconian there were two subgroups: Old East Low Franconian and Old West Low Franconian, which is better known as Old Dutch. East Low Franconian was eventually absorbed by Dutch as it became the dominant form of Low Franconian, although it remains a noticeable substrate within the southern Limburgish dialects of Dutch. As the two groups were so similar, it is often difficult to determine whether a text is Old Dutch or Old East Low Franconian; hence most linguists will generally use Old Dutch synonymously with Old Low Franconian and mostly do not differentiate.
A process of standardisation started in the Middle Ages, especially under the influence of the Burgundian Ducal Court in Dijon (Brussels after 1477). The dialects of Flanders and Brabant were the most influential around this time. The process of standardisation became much stronger at the start of the 16th century, mainly based on the urban dialect of Antwerp. In 1585 Antwerp fell to the Spanish army: many fled to the Northern Netherlands, especially the province of Holland, where they influenced the urban dialects of that province. In 1637, a further important step was made towards a unified language, when the Statenvertaling, the first major Bible translation into Dutch, was created that people from all over the United Provinces could understand. It used elements from various, even Dutch Low Saxon, dialects but was predominantly based on the urban dialects of Holland.1
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NAATI Certified Dutch Translator
Certified translation by NAATI certified translators is required for documents such as those for visa applications, or for the legal courts. Your NAATI translator certified Dutch translation will contain the certification statement and stamp of the Dutch translator.
We engage with NAATI accredited full-time Dutch translators. Many of our Dutch translators have more than 10 years' of professional translating experience. They are also experts in translating documents for visa application purposes in Australia.
With a 100% acceptance rate for Australia migration translation, you can trust Melbourne Translation Services for all your migration document translations. Get a free quote using our form or email your documents directly to email@example.com.
Dutch Translator for Passports, Birth Certificates and Marriage Certificates
We translate all personal legal documents, which are treated in strict confidentiality.
Dutch Translator for Technical and Legal Contracts
Fast turn-around time and professional quality for large technical or legal documents for businesses requiring multilingual documents.
We provide multi-language translation and Dutch typesetting (DTP services) for brochures, flyers and packaging.
Our DTP team is able to handle large volume requests for all major languages, including complex right-to-left scripts. Our experience in assisting companies with Dutch translation and Dutch typeset ensures timely the delivery of your brochures and marketing material for print.