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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: France
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Hi again everyone. I hope you all had an excellent New Year!

I know that we still have some time before we need to officially worry about removing our conditions, but i'm beginning to just get everything basically together into one pile so I don't lose important pieces of evidence. In doing so, I had two questions:

First, we're considering submitting a copy of our marriage license from my wife's country to show that we registered our marriage there as well. Any thoughts on this? Good idea?

Second, for all documents that are in a language other than English (i.e. item mentioned in question one), how does the translation work again? I remembered reading that translations are not required to be done by a translation service, but could be done by someone other than those filing. Is this accurate? And if so, does anyone have a link where I can find additional information on the statement that the translator is required to add to the translation ("I certify that I translated this and its accurate" etc etc etc).

As always, my most sincere thanks for advice.


Our AOS Timeline

06/16/07 -- Our Wedding

06/26/07 -- AOS sent by attorney

07/02/07 -- Receipt of Documents by USCIS

08/01/07 -- Biometrics Completed

08/05/07 -- "Touched"

09/07/07 -- EAD Card Production Ordered!

01/29/08 -- AOS Interview - APPROVED!! [Verbally]

02/06/08 -- Welcome EMail Received

02/11/08 -- Card Production Ordered

02/19/08 -- Card Received!

Our ROC Timeline

11/05/09 -- Initial meeting with attorney to file Removal of Conditions

11/11/09 -- ROC sent by attorney

01/05/10 -- Biometrics Completed

02/16/10 -- Approval

Citizenship

06/13/11 -- N-400 sent by attorney.

06/24/11 -- NOA

07/15/11 -- Biometrics Completed

08/25/11 -- Interview APPROVED

08/31/11 -- Oath Taken! Now a US Citizen!

Passport

09/06/11 -- Passport Application submitted.

09/21/11 -- Passport Book Received!

09/23/11 -- Passport Card and Certificate of Naturalization received.

09/25/11 -- Life after USCIS begins.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Hi again everyone. I hope you all had an excellent New Year!

I know that we still have some time before we need to officially worry about removing our conditions, but i'm beginning to just get everything basically together into one pile so I don't lose important pieces of evidence. In doing so, I had two questions:

First, we're considering submitting a copy of our marriage license from my wife's country to show that we registered our marriage there as well. Any thoughts on this? Good idea?

Second, for all documents that are in a language other than English (i.e. item mentioned in question one), how does the translation work again? I remembered reading that translations are not required to be done by a translation service, but could be done by someone other than those filing. Is this accurate? And if so, does anyone have a link where I can find additional information on the statement that the translator is required to add to the translation ("I certify that I translated this and its accurate" etc etc etc).

As always, my most sincere thanks for advice.

Here is the paragraph directly from the I-751 instructions regarding translations (everything must be translated)

Translations. Any document containing a foreign language submitted to the Service shall be accompanied by a full English language translation which the translator has certified as complete and accurate, and by the translator's certification that he or she is competent to translate from the foreign language into English.


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02/27/08 - sent I-751 (remove conditions)

03/07/08 - check cleared

04/24/08 - transferred to VSC

04/25/08 - touched

08/??/08 - reschedule photo & prints

09/19/08 - photo & fingerprints

12/25/08 - touched

12/31/08 - card production ordered

06/14/11 - N-400 app sent

06/16/11 - N-400 NOA

07/07/11 - Biometrics appt.

09/07/11 - N-400 Interview

09/26/11 - Oath ceremony

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