The demand for translations from and into Maltese represents a significant amount of work for our agency due to the growth in economic and commercial exchanges between Canada and Malta.

Maltese Translation by Maltese Translators

We have a vast network of professional French-Maltese, Maltese-French, English-Maltese and Maltese-English translators who are highly skilled in their respective fields of specialization. They will be able to effectively and accurately translate your legal, commercial or technical documents, as well as patents or websites.

Maltese translation services

Our translation agency provide English to Maltese translation services and Maltese to English translation services for commercial, legal, technical documents and user manuals.
Just email us your document(s) to get a free quote within an hour (during business hours).

Certified Maltese translation

Our certified Maltese translators can provide official translations that will be accepted by the Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), or any administration in Canada.
Just send us the scan of your document(s) to translate to get a free quote.

In order to provide you with the highest quality of work, our professional translators only translate into their mother tongue.

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Brief History of the Maltese Language

The Republic of Malta is an island state located in the middle of the Mediterranean, some 80 km south of Sicily and 230 km north of Africa. Maltese finally became the island’s official language in 1934 alongside English. Ever since, English has remained an official language, but Maltese is classified as the national language by the constitution. Ninety-five percent of the islanders speak Maltese, a variation of Siculo-Arabic that is written using Latin script.