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Certified Translations Are Needed For USCIS
There are many reasons why you may decide to come to the U.S. You may have been offered an employment opportunity that was too good to be true which no sensible person could ever refuse. You may have been exploring better opportunities for your family and a great job opportunity appeared very close to the horizon.
Maybe you are already employed in the country but you want your spouse and children to join you. Whatever the reason for coming to the country, there is a vast amount of paperwork to complete before you or your family are legally settled. The documentation that is required is determined by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS).
You can expect to be asked to provide some of the following documents for you and your family when you are considered for any type of immigration status in the US, which are:
- birth certificates for yourself, your spouse and your children
- marriage certificate
- degree and trade qualifications, whatever are applicable to your job offer and subsequent employment
- employment record
- professional references
- medical examination report
- school records of your children
USCIS Certified Translation Professional
These are just some of the documents you may be asked to provide before the relevant visas can be issued. Typically the process is quite simple and straightforward if all your documents appear in English but if you are not a native English speaker you will have to obtain a certified translation by a translator of all the required documents that are not easily readable in English. Your chosen translator must be competent in English and your mother tongue.
The USCIS requests that you should provide certified copies of all your documents which should be submitted with any applications including naturalization. The USCIS also applies this rule to the certified translations of the documents. You can choose your own translator who could be employed by a translation company in the two requested languages. Once the translation job has been completed s/he must certify that s/he is competent to translate and that the translation is accurate.
Important note about certified translations
You must obtain the original documents or certified copies of all required documents, and one photocopy (not including passports and photographs) for yourself and all family members applying for a visa. If you were asked to submit original or certified copies of any supporting documents to the NVC, it will forward all documents to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in time for your interview, along with your visa application. You must ensure that all non-English documents are accompanied with a translation that has been certified by the translator.