USCIS requirements for translations
The United States Immigration and Citizenship Services, like its name indicates, is the government agency in charge of handling all matters related to immigration and citizenship. It is a component of the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and often deals with residents and non-residents who are already in the country. If you are located in a different country, you may be required to submit documents to a US consulate or embassy or to the Department of State.
The USCIS only accepts non-English language documents if they are accompanied by a translation. Not any translation will do however; they have specific requirements. Not only must the translation be certified, but it also must be affixed with a note from the translator attesting to their language capabilities and to the accuracy of the translation. DocsBase guarantees that our translations follow this format and will be accepted by the USCIS. But, you must inform us that you are submitting it to the USCIS.
Birth certificate translation and legalization with DocsBase
DocsBase has years of experience translating birth certificates from all over the world. We consider it a template job because we have formatting templates for most countries. This means that we can complete most orders on the same day, but, if not, 24 hours at the latest. Our quick and accurate service does not mean a large price tag either. We offer the lowest prices in New York City.
We also offer legalization services. If you need your birth certificate legalized, we can help you obtain an Apostille or Consular Legalization. We can do this because of our large international presence, including offices in the UK, Canada, Ireland, Russia, Switzerland, Germany, and Austria. We also have partners in many Latin American countries.
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