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Tuvaluan NAATI Translator

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If you need your Tuvaluan documents or scripts translated into English, or any other language, then our Tuvaluan NAATI translators can assist. We provide an efficient and accurate service, and are fully certified translators for all official documents.

Benefits of our Tuvaluan NAATI Translators

  • A same-day service: If needed, we can get your documents back to you on the same day.
  • Affordability: We always provide high-quality translations, but aim to keep prices as low as possible.
  • Efficiency: Official documents need thorough attention and accurate translation, which is exactly what we provide.

There’s no need to waste valuable time finding an office to lodge your documents. We provide a fully online translation service, and all you need to do is to upload what you want translated onto this website.

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Five facts about the Tuvaluan language

  • Tuvaluan is the main language spoken by the inhabitants of the Central Pacific Island nation of Tuvalu.
  • The language is a Polynesian language, most closely related to Ellicean and Gilbertese, and less closely related to other Polynesian languages like Hawai’ian, Tahitian and Māori.
  • Around 13,000 people can speak Tuvaluan, with the number who live only in Tuvalu declining, as people from those islands have emigrated elsewhere in the world.
  • The language has been heavily influenced by Samoan because of Samoan missionary influence in the later part of the 19th and early 20th Centuries.
  • Like other Polynesian languages, Tuvaluan is thought to have evolved independently from an ancestral Polynesian language, perhaps over 2,000 years ago, when the Polynesian people first spread into the Western Pacific from Asia.

About us

The Migration Translators are a leading provider of migration-related services by NAATI translators. Our team comprises not only Tuvaluan NAATI Translators, but professionals in most other world languages as well.

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