Freelance Translator in South Florida for over 15 years. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, living in Florida for over 20 years. Fully bilingual in Spanish and English.
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More than ten million (10,000,000) words translated from Spanish into
English, English into Spanish in several disciplines, mainly legal, technical, religion-related and medical.
Detail-oriented, Technologically up-to-date, Always seeking to improve, Good people skills, High quality work, Reliable, Motivated. Never misses a deadline.
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Mar 5, 2013|Other - Writing Services|$310|Completed
Education and Credentials:
Licensed Real Estate Agent in State of Florida, 2011
Paralegal specialized in Immigration, 2010
Master in Business Administration in Healthcare Management, 2007
Public Notary in State of Florida, 2000
Bachelor in Bible Studies, 1998
Professional Translator, 1998
Bachelor in Medical Technology, with a minor in Chemistry and Spanish Language and Literature, 1985
Work Experience (Translations)
While working as Clinical Laboratory Supervisor in the largest hospital in South Florida, translated from English into Spanish laboratory procedure manuals, regulations and rules in health care facilities to fulfill national and state inspections, various laboratory instruments instruction manuals, medical papers and reports, etc.
As a paralegal I have translated from Spanish into English affidavits, visas applications, passports, applications for US permanent residency, applications for US citizenship. legal briefs, letters, indictments, legal decisions, an assortment of birth, death, marriage certificates, etc.
The Bachelor in Biblical Studies has enable me to translate from English into Spanish and Spanish into English theology books, church's minutes, documents to incorporate religious and non-profit organizations in Florida, documents to apply for grants, etc.
Skills: Fully bilingual English/Spanish, Proficient in MS Office Words, Power Point and Excel. Detailed oriented and excellent turn around time.
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