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Please I kindly need some help,Please anybody know If Spanish police certificate need to be translated English before I can present it in American embassy in Madrid-Spain? Please any information on american embassy in Madrid-Spain will be needed ,I just newly got approve please any useful information will be appreciated ,Thanks so much for your support I appreciate.THANKS.

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Please I kindly need some help,Please anybody know If Spanish police certificate need to be translated English before I can present it in American embassy in Madrid-Spain? Please any information on american embassy in Madrid-Spain will be needed ,I just newly got approve please any useful information will be appreciated ,Thanks so much for your support I appreciate.THANKS.

Hello!

No, there is no need for a translation. For example at the consulate in Mexico they accept documents in:

- English, because its the American consulate

- Spanish, because the consulate is located in Mexico where Spanish is the official language.

If birth certificate was in 3rd language other than English or Spanish the translation would be required.


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Hello!

No, there is no need for a translation. For example at the consulate in Mexico they accept documents in:

- English, because its the American consulate

- Spanish, because the consulate is located in Mexico where Spanish is the official language.

If birth certificate was in 3rd language other than English or Spanish the translation would be required.

Thank you very much

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