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Producing Translated Documents for USCIS Applications

- Nov/2018

If you are applying for a Green Card or visa with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), you will be required to produce supporting documentation for same. However, if the documents presented are in a foreign language, they must be translated to English. In such cases, a copy of the original document, the English translation, and a corresponding translation certificate must be filed, signed by a translator who is competent in both respective languages.

Providing a translation that is not within USCIS standards may result in a delay in the process (typically in the form of a Request for Evidence “RFE”), or even a total rejection of the visa application. For this reason, it is important to retain the assistance of certified professionals who possess the necessary experience to ensure that the translation is filed correctly.

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