Translation, certification and legalization of documents in Bulgaria

About us: we are a language translation agency in Bulgaria. Our profile includes translations of text into Bulgarian, from most common foreign languages. The main priorities for us are the clarity of work and the convenience for the client.

For your convenience, we have a selection of options:

1) In the current epidemiological situation, for your convenience and safety, we offer the service of sending and receiving documents through a courier, post office or postomat. When sending through a courier, you send and receive documents at a convenient time for you and in a convenient place. Sending through the post office may be convenient for you if you are in another city. Sending through a postomat (an automated point for receiving and issuing correspondence) takes place without the participation of third parties, today some Econt offices offer such services and they are available 24 hours a day.  

2) If you have a tight deadline, for example, you are going to Bulgaria to submit documents to the Migration Department and want to do everything as quickly as possible, then you can send us your scanned documents by e-mail in advance and the translation will be ready by your arrival in Bulgaria.

We are always open to wishes and suggestions. We will be glad to fruitful work with you and your documents.

How we operate

  • Consultation

    Telephone consultation

  • Transfer of documents and payment

    Documents are picked up by the courier

  • Translation / Legalization

    We translate

  • Delivery of documents

    Documents are delivered to the customer

Reviews about our work

Alexey Tolstoy

In conditions when there are problems with relocation, your proposal is very welcome. Everything is fast and convenient. And most importantly, the price for such convenience did not scare us away. Thank you so much!

Rome Slavute

For the first time, translation and legalization was done so quickly and conveniently. Thank you very much for a good idea!

Nadezhda Isaeva

We chose your company because of the competitive price and such a pleasant bonus as the delivery of finished documents home.

Pavel Samotoy

I liked the transfer of documents from hand to hand, fast execution and good price. I will recommend you to my friends.


The cost depends on several factors:

  • Translation languages
  • The nature of the text (e.g. personal documents or scientific and technical documentation)
  • Timing

You can independently familiarize yourself with the general price list in the section "our prices", or send a photo of your document to one of the available messengers (WhatsApp, Telegram, etc.) and get an exact answer regarding the cost.

There are 3 groups of countries:
1) Countries with which Bulgaria has a bilateral agreement and an Apostille is NOT required when exchanging documents between these countries.

Austria, Azerbaijan, Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vietnam, Georgia, Yemen, Cyprus, DPRK, Cuba, Libya, Macedonia, Mongolia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Verngria, France, Croatia, Montenegro, Czech Republic

** Exceptions are Greece and Spain, which, despite the existence of a bilateral agreement, require documents to be apostilled.

2) the countries participating in the "Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization of Foreign Official Documents of October 5, 1961". The Convention establishes a special sign (stamp) affixed to official documents created in one state and subject to transfer to another state, replacing the consular legalization procedure - an apostille.

Documents certified by an apostille in one of the states party to the Convention must be accepted in another state party to the Convention without any restrictions.

For these countries apostille of documents is REQUIRED

CIS countries: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan

Albania, Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Hungary, Vietnam, Greece, Georgia, Spain, People's Republic of China (excluding Hong Kong and Macau), DPRK, Cuba, Lithuania, Macedonia, Mongolia, Panama, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia , Tunisia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Former Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro), Uruguay, Ukraine, Republic of Cyprus.

3) For documents provided from a country NOT SIGNED "The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization of Foreign Official Documents of October 5, 1961" and not having a bilateral agreement with Bulgaria, there is a generally accepted practice of legalizing documents:

  • The document must be certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country that issues this document;
  • Further, the seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs must be certified by the Bulgarian diplomatic or consular mission in this country. Or, the seal of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of such a country can be certified in Bulgaria, in the foreign diplomatic or consular mission of the country of origin of the document, and after that, additionally certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria.