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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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OK so what about my birth certificate... its in french

and my immunization record as well..

other than this i don't have nothing i think in french but

if they require me to have them in English can i make a translation for them and join it with the document??


Process took us 1 year and 5 month from I-129F to Green Card

*09-??-2006* Met online @ world of warcraft

*~3 years later*

*01-??-2009* Relationship started

*03-01-2009* Went to see him 1 week

*03-05-2009* We got engaged

*04-06-2009* Sent I-129F

*04-07-2009* I-129F received at USCIS (California)

*04-09-2009* NOA1 received

*04-17-2009* He came to see me that weekend

*05-30-2009* He came visit me for 1 week

*07-01-2009* Still waiting the Noa2

*07-17-2009* OMG IT GOT TOUCH!! XD

*07-20-2009* Got the Noa2 without trouble!

*08-14-2009* Went to see him 2 week!

*08-18-2009* Got the packet 3!

*09-08-2009* sent Pack 3

*10-27-2009* Packet 4 received!

*11-06-2009* Gone for 1 week to see my baby

*11-20-2009* Medical at medisys + Police certificate

*12-01-2009* INTERVIEW Passed!! success!

*01-08-2010* Big Move ^^

*01-09-2010* Wedding

*02-26-2010* Filling for AoS

*03-10-2010* NOA

*03-30-2010* Biometrics taken

*09-24-2010* AOS Aproval

*I did not request my EAD or AP

*We did not get an interview

*09-30-2010* Green Card in hand!

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Yes the documents need to be translated into English. Ideally, you should get someone else to do the translation as you could be seen to have a 'vested' interest in the outcome. It doesn't need to be a professional translator, just someone who is willing to certify that they are proficient in both English and French and qualified to make this accurate translation, then sign and date it.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Yes the documents need to be translated into English. Ideally, you should get someone else to do the translation as you could be seen to have a 'vested' interest in the outcome. It doesn't need to be a professional translator, just someone who is willing to certify that they are proficient in both English and French and qualified to make this accurate translation, then sign and date it.

okay... geez i have no idea where to go...


Process took us 1 year and 5 month from I-129F to Green Card

*09-??-2006* Met online @ world of warcraft

*~3 years later*

*01-??-2009* Relationship started

*03-01-2009* Went to see him 1 week

*03-05-2009* We got engaged

*04-06-2009* Sent I-129F

*04-07-2009* I-129F received at USCIS (California)

*04-09-2009* NOA1 received

*04-17-2009* He came to see me that weekend

*05-30-2009* He came visit me for 1 week

*07-01-2009* Still waiting the Noa2

*07-17-2009* OMG IT GOT TOUCH!! XD

*07-20-2009* Got the Noa2 without trouble!

*08-14-2009* Went to see him 2 week!

*08-18-2009* Got the packet 3!

*09-08-2009* sent Pack 3

*10-27-2009* Packet 4 received!

*11-06-2009* Gone for 1 week to see my baby

*11-20-2009* Medical at medisys + Police certificate

*12-01-2009* INTERVIEW Passed!! success!

*01-08-2010* Big Move ^^

*01-09-2010* Wedding

*02-26-2010* Filling for AoS

*03-10-2010* NOA

*03-30-2010* Biometrics taken

*09-24-2010* AOS Aproval

*I did not request my EAD or AP

*We did not get an interview

*09-30-2010* Green Card in hand!

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Was your Birth Certificate issued prior to 1994? If so, you may have to get a new one. Only reason why I know is cause my mom had to get her's redone...something to do with some Provincial Act changing, and anything prior to 1994 is no longer recognized internationally....it's on their website...(Quebec that is...i'm assuming this is where u r from)

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Yes the documents need to be translated into English. Ideally, you should get someone else to do the translation as you could be seen to have a 'vested' interest in the outcome. It doesn't need to be a professional translator, just someone who is willing to certify that they are proficient in both English and French and qualified to make this accurate translation, then sign and date it.

Hi

I am preparing my documents too for my interview but now it`s not enough to have just someone translate it and sign it...you could do this but the documents will need to be notarized!

the Consulate asks for an official translation or notarized translation.

I just asked them and here the answer:

"Your documents must be accompanied by an official translation or a notarized translation."

I was thinking like Kathryn but I sent an email to them after I got the packet 4 because and it was saying "Official translation"

So I have an appointment with a notary to get my translation notarized...but I didn`t do my vaccination records ...should I?

Thanks

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05/04/2010 Biometrics appt

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Date Filed : 2012-04-24

NOA Date : 2012-04-30

Bio. Appt. : 2012-07-18 (early bio)

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Got only my birth certificate translated and it was about $20. You don't need to have your immunization records translated as the Civil surgeon that will do your Medical exam will probably speak French (if you do it in Quebec prior to your interview) and after that they don't need it.


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Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interpretes agrees du Quebec

Got only my birth certificate translated and it was about $20. You don't need to have your immunization records translated as the Civil surgeon that will do your Medical exam will probably speak French (if you do it in Quebec prior to your interview) and after that they don't need it.

thankx ill call and see

yes my birth certificate is recent


Process took us 1 year and 5 month from I-129F to Green Card

*09-??-2006* Met online @ world of warcraft

*~3 years later*

*01-??-2009* Relationship started

*03-01-2009* Went to see him 1 week

*03-05-2009* We got engaged

*04-06-2009* Sent I-129F

*04-07-2009* I-129F received at USCIS (California)

*04-09-2009* NOA1 received

*04-17-2009* He came to see me that weekend

*05-30-2009* He came visit me for 1 week

*07-01-2009* Still waiting the Noa2

*07-17-2009* OMG IT GOT TOUCH!! XD

*07-20-2009* Got the Noa2 without trouble!

*08-14-2009* Went to see him 2 week!

*08-18-2009* Got the packet 3!

*09-08-2009* sent Pack 3

*10-27-2009* Packet 4 received!

*11-06-2009* Gone for 1 week to see my baby

*11-20-2009* Medical at medisys + Police certificate

*12-01-2009* INTERVIEW Passed!! success!

*01-08-2010* Big Move ^^

*01-09-2010* Wedding

*02-26-2010* Filling for AoS

*03-10-2010* NOA

*03-30-2010* Biometrics taken

*09-24-2010* AOS Aproval

*I did not request my EAD or AP

*We did not get an interview

*09-30-2010* Green Card in hand!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Consulate may be in Montreal, but ur dealing with the USA govt, and the only official language is English, even though Spanish wil prob over take it, if it hasnt already,lol


Canadians Visiting the USA while undergoing the visa process, my free advice:

1) Always tell the TRUTH. never lie to the POE officer

2) Be confident in ur replies

3) keep ur response short and to the point, don't tell ur life story!!

4) look the POE officer in the eye when speaking to them. They are looking for people lieing and have been trained to find them!

5) Pack light! No job resumes with you

6) Bring ties to Canada (letter from employer when ur expected back at work, lease, etc etc)

7) Always be polite, being rude isn't going to get ya anywhere, and could make things worse!!

8) Have a plan in case u do get denied (be polite) It wont harm ur visa application if ur denied,that is if ur polite and didn't lie! Refer to #1

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i called and got someone to do it for 25$ next to where i live yay!


Process took us 1 year and 5 month from I-129F to Green Card

*09-??-2006* Met online @ world of warcraft

*~3 years later*

*01-??-2009* Relationship started

*03-01-2009* Went to see him 1 week

*03-05-2009* We got engaged

*04-06-2009* Sent I-129F

*04-07-2009* I-129F received at USCIS (California)

*04-09-2009* NOA1 received

*04-17-2009* He came to see me that weekend

*05-30-2009* He came visit me for 1 week

*07-01-2009* Still waiting the Noa2

*07-17-2009* OMG IT GOT TOUCH!! XD

*07-20-2009* Got the Noa2 without trouble!

*08-14-2009* Went to see him 2 week!

*08-18-2009* Got the packet 3!

*09-08-2009* sent Pack 3

*10-27-2009* Packet 4 received!

*11-06-2009* Gone for 1 week to see my baby

*11-20-2009* Medical at medisys + Police certificate

*12-01-2009* INTERVIEW Passed!! success!

*01-08-2010* Big Move ^^

*01-09-2010* Wedding

*02-26-2010* Filling for AoS

*03-10-2010* NOA

*03-30-2010* Biometrics taken

*09-24-2010* AOS Aproval

*I did not request my EAD or AP

*We did not get an interview

*09-30-2010* Green Card in hand!

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