RPC

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About RPC

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  • Location Frankfurt am Main
  • Nationality Indian
  • Hometown Kerala
  • Gender Male
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  • Interests Photography, Traveling
  1. Hmm... That was what I also thought. Anyway, if it has not been found yet, it is UniGroup   The agent we used is no longer part of the group. They are now part of another network. In case anyone wants to reach them, their website is B. R. Shastry.   It's been four years since I last updated the post. I do not think I can provide any further information. So, like Uncle Nick said, use Google.   viel Glück!
  2.   I used the services of Petra Wagner (http://sprachdienst-wagner.de/english-version.html) last year for translating my marriage certificate from English to German. It cost me around 45. I got the document translated in a couple of days. What I found interesting about her was that she initially quoted 50 based on the scanned copy of the document and then reduced it because the number of words was less than what she had originally estimated.   I believe that the translators are required to certify the translation after checking the original document directly. Some of them do insist on this. I had the marriage certificate translated once before but the translation was ordered by a lawyer's office. At the time, neither the translator nor the lawyer had the original and no one asked. So, I guess it depends on the people involved.
  3. Hi Everyone,   I got a lot of good advice from this community. I searched for information on relocation companies that can handle moving from India to Germany but couldn't find any details. I am looking for recommendations from people who have used the services of any companies that they found helpful.   Thanks, RPC