Applications for translation of documents/Certificates into Italian language can be submitted to the Embassy. Such documents have been issued by any authorities in Sri Lanka and should forward to this Embassy along with their English translations done by the sworn translators of Sri Lanka .The originals and English translations should be certified by the Consular Division of the Ministry of External Affairs in Colombo with respective seals and signature/s .
Applications for translation of documents/Certificates issued by the Italian authorities into English can be submitted to the Embassy. However, documents/certificates such as medical certificates, Birth Marriage, Death certificates, should be certified by the Municipality (Comune) with respective seals and signature/s. However, the Private employment contact letters, appointment letters could be translated by this Embassy when they submitted along with the recent payment of INPS contributions postal receipts in which the names of the employer and employee are indicated. Otherwise, these documents too have to be certified by the Comune.
The certification from the Comune is not required for the CUD Reports (Income Tax Report), Monthly Pay Sheets , INAIL ( Insurance against accidents during work activities) provided that the applicants submit the originals.
Document issued by foreign countries should be counter signed by the Ministry of External Affairs of that country or its diplomatic representative in the country in which such document has been issued, before the request is made to the Embassy.
Documents required: All original documents should be submitted with a photocopy
a. Original Documents
b. Original passport
c. Relevant fee in Euro
Only the documents that are in English / Italian are translated to Italian /English.
To translate the Sri Lankan Educational Certificates ( O/L and A/L ), the Embassy requires to obtain the approval from the Department of Examination of Sri Lanka, as well. To translate the University Degree Certificates/Diplomas etc., the prior approval from the Consular Division of the Ministry of External Affairs in Colombo is also required.