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Please HELP, I was informe by USICS thatI need to summit my Fiancee's divorce decree again but this time We need to translate it to English Language... She's Colombian and her divorce decree is in Spanish. My question is..#1 can anyone translated it ? #2. do we need to translate the whole decree ? it's 20 pages. or can we just translate the last 3 pages where the Notary/ Judge signed.. And finally can it be translated in Colombia or does it have to be translated in the U.S. ? Thank you , really need your help... Marco

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Please HELP, I was informe by USICS thatI need to summit my Fiancee's divorce decree again but this time We need to translate it to English Language... She's Colombian and her divorce decree is in Spanish. My question is..#1 can anyone translated it ? #2. do we need to translate the whole decree ? it's 20 pages. or can we just translate the last 3 pages where the Notary/ Judge signed.. And finally can it be translated in Colombia or does it have to be translated in the U.S. ? Thank you , really need your help... Marco

The 20 pages is the actual decree of divorce from the court, all you really divorce certificate which is a much shorter document (one or two pages) and should be available from a notary where the divorce happened.

On the next note, I am considered fluent in spanish and could translate most documents, but am afraid 20 pages of court document would be have tons of "legaleze" which I would feel a little weak in.

It can be translated in either country, the translator just needs to verify they are qualified and translation is correct, as stated previously.

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Please HELP, I was informe by USICS thatI need to summit my Fiancee's divorce decree again but this time We need to translate it to English Language... She's Colombian and her divorce decree is in Spanish. My question is..#1 can anyone translated it ? #2. do we need to translate the whole decree ? it's 20 pages. or can we just translate the last 3 pages where the Notary/ Judge signed.. And finally can it be translated in Colombia or does it have to be translated in the U.S. ? Thank you , really need your help... Marco

Tell your fiancée to get a divorce certificate from the notary which is not 20 pages long. Once she gets it, it can translated by any person who is fluent in both languages, so if you know anyone who is and is willing to do it, they can, all they need to do is certify the translation at the bottom of the page as per the link the member iaia gave you above.

Once you have both, the divorce certificate and the translation, make copies of both documents and send the copies to the USCIS, do not send the original documents because you may not get them back and you may need them in the future.

Diana


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THANK YOU GUYS FOR THE ADVISED...I WILL ASK HER IF IN COLOMBIA THEY HAVE A SIMPLE CERTIFICATE INSTEAD OF TRANSLATING THE WHOLE 21 PAGE DIVORCE DECREE..I'M FROM CHICAGO AND HERE IT'S A SIMPLE CERTIFICATE...AND I KNOW IN MEXICO IS ALSO A SIMPLE CERTIFICATE...THANKS AGAIN..

It is in Colombia also, if you have trouble finding it let me know.

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