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Hi Everybody,

My fiancee and I wrote letters and text messages to each other in Vietnamese while we were apart. I am wondering if we need to have all these evidences translate into English before her interview?

Thanks


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Hi Everybody,

My fiancee and I wrote letters and text messages to each other in Vietnamese while we were apart. I am wondering if we need to have all these evidences translate into English before her interview?

Thanks

Yes, if you want them to consider the letters. The good news is that we are not talking about hundreds. 5 or 6 letters are usually enough to keep them happy.

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NO they do not need to be translated as the majority of those working in the HCMC consulate are fluent in VN or at the very least have a translator avalable... the letter can be included as evidence and do not need to be translated.. the things needed to be translated are the divorce decree if one exists(for initial filing) and then for AOS you must have the birth certificate translated..

moving to VN regional as this is consulate related and not K1 general...


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Hi Everybody,

My fiancee and I wrote letters and text messages to each other in Vietnamese while we were apart. I am wondering if we need to have all these evidences translate into English before her interview?

Thanks

We translate ALL our love letters from snail-mail (b-day card, Valentines, and etc), but not all text messages.

Good luck.


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