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In recent years, the number of non-English speakers in the UK has increased dramatically, with an impact on many organisations such as housing associations, immigration & refugee charities, and NGO’s.
Show your commitment to diversity
Translating documents not only shows your commitment to your service users, but also ensures the message gets across in a clear and concise way.
We understand the needs of our clients in this sector, and understand funding is often short and budgets stretched. This is why we offer competitive prices. Contact us now to see how we compare to your current supplier.
Working with OSW couldn’t be easier. Just email your document to us and we’ll respond straight away with a quote. Once the price is confirmed we’ll translate your document and return it straight back to you in your chosen format. You will have one main point of contact for all your enquiries.
Just as budgets can be stretched, often our time is too. Time constraints are crucial, especially for disputes or immigration cases. With OSW carrying out all your translations in any language, you can spend the time concentrating on your all-important duties and leave the languages to us.
As with all our services, you can be assured your document will be dealt with in the strictest confidence. All translators are bound by our code of conduct which includes confidentiality clauses.
Sometimes you need something doing quickly. You may have a dispute which needs resolving very urgently, or a tenant who needs information right away. Just let us know and we’ll get it done as quickly as possible. With OSW, small documents translation is a matter of a few hours.
Proven track record
OSW has been translating documents for housing and immigration organisations for more than 20 years. You can view our testimonials and see how our clients rate us.
Why a single multilingual website is more efficient than multiple versions www.subtitling-uk.com/2016/07/…
How Arabic became the fastest-growing language spoken in American homes fusion.net/story/310771/arabic… via @fusion