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Headquarters in 1060 Bruxelles - Belgium

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How to become a sworn translator or a sworn interpreter in Belgium?

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I live in another country and I wish to work as free translator interpreter in Belgium. Is it possible?

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Belgian and foreign official documents for use in Belgium or abroad

Countries having signed the Hague Apostille Convention

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Confidentiality Policy

Confidentiality Policy of the agency



1    General provisions

2    Cookies

3    Collected data and specification purposes

4    Disclosing data to third parties

5    Access to your personal data

1    General provisions

1.1 You can visit our home page and our website without giving us your personal data.

1.2 By using our website, you explicitly declare that you agree with our confidentiality policy and you agree to us collecting and processing your personal data according to the methods and principles described in this confidentiality policy.

1.3 The website is the property of Traductoris.comduly represented by Cornelia RADU, MSc ME. works in collaboration with non-profit organisation (ASBL) Productions Associées, having its head office in 1060 Brussels, Belgium, VAT: BE0896.755.397.

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2    Cookies

2.1 During your visit on our website, “cookies” may register on your hard disk. These cookies facilitate your navigation on our website.

2.2 A cookie is a small file sent by an internet server; it is registered on the hard disk of your computer to keep track of the visited website. This cookie contains some information about this visit, information which is accessible only by that website.

2.3 The cookie does not collect and does not contain any personal information and does not entail any risks in terms of protection or virus for your computer.

2.4 You can refuse those cookies by setting your internet browser, either to be informed about the existence of cookies or to refuse them systematically.

2.5 does not establish any link between the information having automatically been deposited by cookies and the specific data concerning our visitors.

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3    Collected data and specification purposes

3.1 The website complies with the general data protection regulation (GDPR), adopted by the European Parliament on 14 April 2016, applicable from 25 May 2018.

3.2 We collect your personal data if you supply them to us voluntarily. This information is used:

a. To improve the contents and the display of our website

b. To inform you about our website updates

c. To inform you about novelties which could be of interest to you for a next visit on our website

3.3 This information is not your personal data any way, it is only used for our internal use and is in no case given or sold to other organisations for commercial purposes. The data we collect when you contact us only are those necessary for the purpose for which you entrusted them to us. You are not required to give any critical data and they will not be collected via other databases.

3.4 Please note that this paragraph does not apply to third party websites, which you can access via this website, through the hyperlinks.

3.5 Giving us your e-mail address or your phone number means that you agree to receive letters or phone calls from us. If you wish not to receive such e-mails or phone calls any longer, please contact us. You will find our contact details at the bottom of this page.  

3.6 This privacy policy cannot limit the rights that could hold over individuals or legal entities related to on-going contracts or under any other legislation.

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4    Disclosing data to third parties

4.1 We never reveal your personal data to third parties. We only reserve the right to pass them on upon request from a legal or administrative authority and in compliance with the law.

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5    Access to your personal data

5.1 You can enquire if we detain any personal information about you. You have the possibility to dispute the data we hold about you and to demand to have them deleted or modified.

5.2 We will ask you for proof of your identity (identity card or passport copy/scan) to make sure that we respect your personal data and that the request does not come from a third party.

5.3 We will accept one single request per year and per person. The information we hold about you or a notice specifying that we do not hold it will be sent to you free of charge within one month after your request.

5.4 For any question on our policy of privacy protection, please contact us. You will find our contact details at the bottom of this page.

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