Certified Persian Translations

We offer certified Persian translations that are 100% accepted by Australian government departments.


NAATI certification


Quality guarantee


Transparent process


Culturally appropriate


Translate from English to Persian Farsi for Community

Our focus is on delivering community Persian translations of the highest quality, ensuring that they are clear, respectful, and culturally appropriate. Achieving this requires us to invest time in understanding your project and devising a customised strategy that meets your needs and those of your community. We have built strong relationships with a large network of professional linguists, including Persian translators, proofreaders, community checkers, copywriters, and interpreters.

Our Persian translation service goes beyond mere language proficiency, as we recognise the crucial role that cultural adaptation plays in ensuring the effectiveness of content. Therefore, our quality-driven translation process places great emphasis on cultural adaptation.

Our approach to translation project management

Pre-translation stage

Understanding objectives, designing a strategy, building a team

Research stage

Terminology management and allocation of resources

Translation stage

Translation and independent review

In-house QA and DTP stage

Final linguistic QA and graphic design work


Client delivery and ongoing customer support/feedback

Translate from Persian to English – Personal Documents

We translate from Persian to English by providing NAATI-certified Persian translations of personal documents required for visa applications and other official procedures for $69 in 2 business days. We offer a wide range of document translation services, including but not limited to birth certificates, marriage certificates, diplomas, police checks, driver’s licenses, and academic transcripts.

Our focus is to ensure that our clients receive accurate and high-quality Persian translations that meet the necessary standards for official use.


English to Persian translation of Audio – Persian Voiceover

We specialise in English to Persian audio services for multilingual video productions. Our focus is on catering to the marketing, health promotion, and education industries while ensuring cultural appropriateness and accessibility for Australian CALD communities and international audiences. If you are an Australian government, education, or health/community organisation seeking to communicate with CALD communities through multilingual video production services, we are here to help.

Our expertise in English to Persian translations of audio, accessibility, and cultural sensitivity enables us to deliver engaging content that is accessible to everyone. Our services include NAATI translation, multilingual video production, and voiceover translation, all provided by expert linguists and reviewed by local community checkers.

Translation Quality Control Procedures

We take pride in ensuring that every project we undertake meets the highest possible standards. Recognising that human error is a possibility, we have implemented a comprehensive translation quality control process that involves multiple individuals reviewing each project. This approach helps to guarantee that we maintain high levels of accuracy across all our projects.

To ensure compliance with our strict quality control guidelines, the project manager has the responsibility of overseeing the entire process. We make it a point to thoroughly check every aspect of our projects, from the initial proposals to the final Persian translations, to ensure that they meet our exacting standards and rigorous review criteria.


The Persian Language

Persian, also known as Farsi, is a Western Iranian language belonging to the Indo-European language family. People primarily speak it in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan. Three mutually intelligible standard varieties exist for it: Iranian Persian, Dari Persian, and Tajiki Persian. In Iran and Afghanistan, people write Persian in the Persian alphabet, while in Tajikistan, they use the Tajik alphabet.

It originated in the region of Pars in southwestern Iran and is a continuation of Middle Persian, which was the official language of the Sasanian Empire, and Old Persian, which was used in the Achaemenid Empire. Persian has had a prestigious status throughout history and influenced neighboring languages, including other Iranian languages, the Turkic, Armenian, Georgian, and Indo-Aryan languages.

The Persian Community in Australia

The terms Iranian-Australian and Persian-Australian are sometimes used interchangeably, but the use of “Iranian” as a nationality and demonym became more common after Reza Shah Pahlavi asked for it to be used officially in 1935. The first known Iranian immigrant to Australia was naturalized in 1883, but significant migration did not occur until after the 1979 Islamic revolution.

Iranians in Australia speak Persian and practice Iranian culture, including Nowruz. They include Muslims and non-Muslims, such as Christians, Baháʼís, Mandaeans, Jews, and Zoroastrians. The community has produced notable individuals in various fields.


Why Choose our Certified Persian Translations?

When you choose to work with us, you can trust that your Persian translations will be handled by top industry professionals and that we have strict quality controls in place to ensure 100% accuracy. This assures you that your work will be delivered to the highest standards.

We don’t simply provide Persian translations; we also provide valuable insights that can benefit your project and help you improve your work. This sets us apart from other translation services. Our team of Persian translators is always available to offer guidance and address any questions you may have before using our services.

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Efficient and professional service. Easy to work with. Met tight deadline. Will definitely use again in the future.
Jin Li
Great service! Sylaba really helped me out when I was in a hurry to get things done urgently. They provided a quick turnaround at good rates, and their communication was great. I’m thankful I found them!
Adelaide Tapper
The team of Sylaba Translations is amazing! I needed the translation of my documents as soon as possible and Sonia did it in less than a day! I’m glad to have decided to pay for it to Sylaba Translations. I really recommend them and I don’t have any doubt to contact them again if I need them. Thank you so much for your kindness and help!

Frequently Asked Questions

There are several ways to translate Persian to English, including using a Persian-English dictionary, using a translation app or website, and hiring a professional Persian translator for accurate document translation services of Persian translations.

To translate English to Persian, you can use online Persian translations tool such as Google Translate, Bing Translator, DeepL Translator, SDL FreeTranslation, and the iTranslate mobile app. However, it’s important to keep in mind that the translations may not always be 100% accurate, and you may need to manually edit the translated text to ensure that it conveys the intended meaning, or best to hire a human Persian translator. 

Yes, Persian and Farsi refer to the same language. Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan have declared Persian as their official language, and communities in other nations also speak it. In English, “Farsi” is the Iranian version of the language’s name and is used interchangeably with “Persian”.

There are several online English to Persian translators available, but it’s difficult to determine which one is the “best” as the accuracy of machine Persian translations tool can vary depending on the context and complexity of the text being translated. However, some popular options for the best English to Persian translator include Google Translate, Bing Translator, and PROMT Online Translator. It’s recommended to try out a few different options and compare the results to determine which one works best for your specific needs. Additionally, it’s important to keep in mind that machine Persian translations tool may not always provide accurate Persian translations, and it’s always best to have a human Persian translator review the text for accuracy and clarity.

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