Italy Interpreters and Translators
As a loyal client, you shouldn’t have to choose between hiring skilled and educated linguists or getting the best rates, which is why CIT has passionately provided top-notch interpretation, translation, and transcription to the global community. When we opened about 10 years ago, we made it their job to serve clients best we can. As a result, they have built a massive global network and commonly work with some of the rarest languages known to man.
It’s easy to book because you just need to fill out the request form on our website! Our staff will respond quickly with options to help and inquire with any questions, so reach out to us for interpreters and translators in Italy at any time.
CIT representatives are just a phone call away, 24/7, and they actively seek to please clients by meeting your specific needs. Each assignment is given to both a linguist and a supervisor to ensure quality and accuracy. CIT interpreters and translators in Italy use sophisticated techniques as well as modern technological innovations to streamline the process.
They take pride in their professionalism, as we are committed to getting you excellent service on time. Our firm even handles rush jobs and has certified linguists, so don’t hesitate to give us a call. CIT has interpreters and translators who have worked in industries such as tech, construction, immigration, law, manufacturing, and many others.
CIT in Italy
Italy was one of the few Axis powers in World War II that emerged in the mid-1900s as an economic power. This was due, in part, to their establishment of a democratic republic, and has led them to be a cultural and commercial center in Europe. The economy, military, quality of life, trading ties, and art of Italy are some of the most well known in the world.
Milan is the source of much of the world’s high fashion and the 6th biggest manufacturing country in the world. They produce luxury items as well as everyday goods, and their incredible impact on the automotive industry is impossible to notice. Companies like Fiat, Maserati, Lamborghini, and Ferrari are all Italian car companies which are headquartered all over the country.
To enter Italy from the United States, you will need a passport that is valid for at least six months after entrance. Whether you are going there or leaving, you cannot have more than the equivalent of 10,000 Euros with you. Tourist visas are only required for stays over 90 days.
The main languages spoken in Italy are Italian, Albanian, Catalan, German, Greek, Slovene, Croatian, French, Franco-Provençal, Friulian, Ladin, Occitan, and Sardinian. Translations and interpretations are only performed by field-tested and industry-standard professionals. Italian culture, in addition to many others, is rich with history and cultural background, so it is important to include that information when working with any of these languages. In an effort to capture this, we have multiple linguists who edit each document and cross-reference interpreting to ensure that cultural, grammatical, and figurative fluency are all maintained throughout the final product.