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Filed: IR-5 Country: Mexico
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hello again everyone.

have more questions we are ready to file for my wifes parents for the first step the I-130.

number 1. can i send only one package for both of her parents meaning i will be filing an I-130 for each one and also i will be sending 2 checks and also my wifes copy of her citizenship, copy of each birth certificate, copy of my wifes birth certificate, copy of wifes marriage certificate.

#2 do i need to translate all of this copies for this step???? and notarized them????

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Filed: IR-5 Country: Mexico
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You will be sending 2 packets. You can send them together in one package though.

You do not need to translate unless documents are not in English or Spanish


Now that my husband is a citizen, we are preparting documents to apply to bring his parents here.

CSC

04/24/10: I-130 package mailed

05/04/10: Notice Date

10/06/10: Approval Date

NVC

10/12/10: NVC Case# generated

10/22/10: Updated both email ids. DS-3032 e-mailed

10/26/10: IIN Received. AOS fee IN PROCESS. Emailed barcoded

10/30/10: AOS fee PAID, AOS package mailed

11/03/10: IV fee PAID, IV package mailed

12/07/10: RFE for I-864 Entered into System

12/13/10: RFE for DS-230 entered into system

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thank you for your response so if this is correct, i dont need to translate the birth certificates or marriage certificate?? they are in spanish

cool one less thing to worry about so i can send this tomorrow

All documents not in English must be translated. There is no exception for Spanish. Documents in Spanish must be translated into English.

Read the instructions for Form I-130:

"Translations. Any foreign language document must be accompanied by a full English translation that the translator has certified as complete and correct, and by the translator's certification that he or she is competent to translate the foreign language into English."

If you know someone who knows Spanish and English, that person can do the translation. Include the translation block. Notarization is not required.

http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.5af9bb95919f35e66f614176543f6d1a/?vgnextchannel=fe529c7755cb9010VgnVCM10000045f3d6a1RCRD&vgnextoid=ff053d146a7ee010VgnVCM1000000ecd190aRCRD

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All documents not in English must be translated. There is no exception for Spanish. Documents in Spanish must be translated into English.

Read the instructions for Form I-130:

"Translations. Any foreign language document must be accompanied by a full English translation that the translator has certified as complete and correct, and by the translator's certification that he or she is competent to translate the foreign language into English."

If you know someone who knows Spanish and English, that person can do the translation. Include the translation block. Notarization is not required.

http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/menuitem.5af9bb95919f35e66f614176543f6d1a/?vgnextchannel=fe529c7755cb9010VgnVCM10000045f3d6a1RCRD&vgnextoid=ff053d146a7ee010VgnVCM1000000ecd190aRCRD

Oops, sorry for the wrong info.now thinking it twice we did translate for I 130 but translation is not necessary for nvc


Now that my husband is a citizen, we are preparting documents to apply to bring his parents here.

CSC

04/24/10: I-130 package mailed

05/04/10: Notice Date

10/06/10: Approval Date

NVC

10/12/10: NVC Case# generated

10/22/10: Updated both email ids. DS-3032 e-mailed

10/26/10: IIN Received. AOS fee IN PROCESS. Emailed barcoded

10/30/10: AOS fee PAID, AOS package mailed

11/03/10: IV fee PAID, IV package mailed

12/07/10: RFE for I-864 Entered into System

12/13/10: RFE for DS-230 entered into system

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