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What Is the Role of NAATI Certified Translations In German Translation?

German English translation is an important industry in Australia. Most professional translators in Australia are accredited with a national body called the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI). This is because a lot of translation work needed for employers and government agencies must be completed and certified by a NAATI accredited translator. It doesn’t mean that a non accredited translator cannot find work in the German translation industry, but the work available would be more limited and less lucrative.

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The Work You Can Do on a Student Visa in Australia

Student Visa in Australia if You Are from Germany

There are many ways of going to Australia to work, but one of the more common ways for younger people working while studying. This is because when you have been accepted for a course of study in Australia from Germany, your student visa typically entitles you to take a job or jobs for up to 20 hours per week while you are studying and for an unlimited time while on vacation. If you are studying for a Ph.D by research there is no restriction on how long you are allowed to work. The only real restriction is that you cannot begin your job until your course of study has commenced.

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Understanding Pay Slip Document Translations

A payslip is a document provided by an employer to an employee which shows the person’s salary. It includes any deductions and bonuses which are applicable in a specific period. Sometimes a payslip is issued on a weekly basis and sometimes monthly.

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Partner Visa Rules for Australia

If you are the partner or spouse of an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen you may be able to apply for a partner visa which will allow you and any dependent children to live, study and work in Australia. There are two visa categories: temporary (subclass 820) and permanent (subclass 801). You apply for both visa categories together at the same time and pay a single fee. Normally, your temporary partner visa is granted first once your application has been approved, but the permanent visa takes longer.

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Have you Been Thinking of Migrating to Australia?

Modern Australia has been built on migration. Its first inhabitants came to the island continent in several waves of migration up to 60,000 years ago. Most of this migration is thought to have occurred across the relatively narrow gap between what is now the Northern Territory coastline of Arnhem Land and Timor in present-day Indonesia.

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Documents You Will Need for an Australian Citizenship Application

There are many benefits of being an Australian citizen. You can obtain an Australian passport, vote in state and federal elections, have the right to obtain medical treatment and various social security benefits, including the age pension, as well as the right to stand for a political appointment at the state and federal level.

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Is Transcreation the Future of Translation?

New words evolve and become commonplace from time to time and this time round transcreation is becoming a standard term used for translations in the advertising and marketing world. It is a process which combines both translation and creative writing which collectively means creative translation.

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All You Need to Know About the ELICOS Sector Visa Subclass 570

There is a visa available in Australia called the Independent ELICOS Sector Visa Subclass 570. It permits International students to reside in the country so that they are able to study for the certificate called English Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS).  The Subclass 570 Visa is valid for a number of courses.

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The Role of a Translator in Enabling Intercultural Communication

The accuracy of a translation and an interpretation that takes place in intercultural communication is the main way that communication occurs successfully between speakers of different languages. Precision in the translation is imperative so that the best communication can take place between those involved. That precision depends on the skills of the translator. 

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Keep the Communication River Flowing!

Translation projects can at times be stressful. There is a lot of pressure on every person involved in a translation team –project managers, translators themselves, editors and proofreaders – to get a translation project completed on time. Time, in fact, is the eternal enemy when it comes to translation. A rushed translation project is not likely to be a huge success as it could contain errors. That doesn’t help anyone, client or translation agency. It all boils down to effective communication.

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