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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: Chile
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Going to be posting lots of questions between now and Vinko's interview, whenever that will be...

We know that we are going to need to translate any formal documents into English (ie: police reports, birth certificate, etc.) I saw that there is a statement that you can add to the translated page in order to certify that it is a translated document, will that be enough if we translate them ourselves or do we need someone specific to do this?

Also, I want to send records of our chats for one of our proof of ongoing relationship. Most of the chats are in Spanish. Again, will the above need to take place for these as well?

All help is appreciated as always! :thumbs:


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Everything that is not in English must have a translated copy.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Italy
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Going to be posting lots of questions between now and Vinko's interview, whenever that will be...

We know that we are going to need to translate any formal documents into English (ie: police reports, birth certificate, etc.) I saw that there is a statement that you can add to the translated page in order to certify that it is a translated document, will that be enough if we translate them ourselves or do we need someone specific to do this?

Also, I want to send records of our chats for one of our proof of ongoing relationship. Most of the chats are in Spanish. Again, will the above need to take place for these as well?

All help is appreciated as always! :thumbs:

Yes, that statement can be used, but only if you want to add proof of ongoing relationship, such as emails/yahoo mess conversations. The official documents though, such as birth certificate, police records, divorce decree or whatever you think you might need, all need a certified translation from a certified translator, they have to be notarized. :thumbs:

Edited by Ella & Octav

27 NOV 2019 - I-129F mailed to Dallas, TX Lockbox

02 DEC 2019 - NOA1

23 MAR 2020 - NOA2

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Italy
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I'm just seeing this now: for the interview. If it's for the interview, then you don't have to translate anything. The embassy accepts the foreign language of the country from which you're applying. :D

Edited by Ella & Octav

27 NOV 2019 - I-129F mailed to Dallas, TX Lockbox

02 DEC 2019 - NOA1

23 MAR 2020 - NOA2

 

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