Neither the Embassy or the Department of State can assume any responsibility for the accuracy of any of the data provided, the integrity, or the professional ability of any of the translators listed in alphabetical order below.
If you need that your translated document be notarized, the translator has to do this:
Prepare an affidavit stating that he/she has translated the document into Spanish or English. Please see template below.
The translator needs to bring the original document with the translation and the affidavit of translation. The translator will sign the affidavit at the Embassy in front of the Consul.
We provide this service by appointment only except on Nicaraguan and U.S. federal holidays.
The translator must bring government-issued photo ID. A passport is often the best option.
Fee: $50 for each signature.
We accept U.S. dollars, credit cards and Nicaragua Cordobas as well. You may using: VISA, MasterCard, Discover, Diners Club or American Express card.
Telephone: (505) 2522-6988
Address: Del BANPRO, 1-1/2 c. al sur, contiguo al INSS, Masaya,
Telephone: (505) 2278-4129
Telephone: (505) 2532-0487 / celular: (505) 8895-7766
Address: Frente al Costado Sur del Parque Central, Jinotepe, Carazo
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Office Phone: N/A
Cell Phone: (505) 8883-2311
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Address: Rotonda El Gueguense 250 mts. Sur, contiguo a Viajes América, Managua.
Hours: Monday thru Friday, from 8:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. (appointment based preferred)
Telephone: (505) 2250-5154; (505) 8875-9724
Address: Frente al Colegio San Sebastián, Reparto San Sebastián #t-502, Managua
Adela Irene Monge
Telephone: (505) 2265-4036; (505) 8887-4278
Address: Km 13 Crtra. Vieja a León, Managua