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    Wink Can my father in law translate my birth certificate ?

    I was wondering if someone know if my father in law ( He speaks english and spanish fluently ) can translate my birth certificate and if he can , how can he do it , does he need an special document to translate mi birth certificate or cand He use a simple piece of paper ? can someone to show me how he should translate my birth certificate ?
    Than you for your help

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    read this post

    here is the link of my post .. is the same question..

    http://immigrate2us.net/forum/showthread.php?t=11323

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocio View Post
    I was wondering if someone know if my father in law ( He speaks english and spanish fluently ) can translate my birth certificate and if he can , how can he do it , does he need an special document to translate mi birth certificate or cand He use a simple piece of paper ? can someone to show me how he should translate my birth certificate ?
    Than you for your help
    Per the USCIS, documents not in English must be translated. The policy states as follows:

    "All documents that are in a language other than English must be submitted with a translation. The person translating the document must certify that the translation is complete and accurate and that he/she is competent to translate from the foreign language into English."

    All translations must include a statement similar to the following:

    Certification by Translator:

    I typed name , certify that I am fluent (conversant) in the English and ______ languages, and that the above/attached document is an accurate translation of the document attached entitled XXX

    Signature
    Date Typed Name
    Address

    So all he does is translate, word for word, the original document and then include the "certifcation by translator" section at the bottom
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    any body that is fluent can translate it, all you need is a page with info from translator like name e-mail address and phone!!!!
    -03/2004 entered b-2 visa
    -07/2004 extended b-2 visa
    -11/2004 change ofstatus to f-1
    -08/03/07 - married
    -01/30/08-mailed AOS
    -02/04/08-AOS received (day>1)
    -02/11/08-Checks cashed ! (day>7)
    -02/12/08-recvd NOA I-30, I-485 & I-765 (day>8)
    -02/26/08 biometrics (day>22)

    -03/30/08- EAD card ordered (day>56)
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