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Hey guys quick question, I have all of my copies of Birth Certificates, passport data page, visa data page, marriage certificate, divorced decree for my husband and I, but based on my research on USCIS website I only see that the Divorce decree needs to be certified. Is there any other documents listed above that need to be certified? I don’t want to make any mistakes and delay my green card. Thanks guys   

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22 hours ago, chellyf said:

Hey guys quick question, I have all of my copies of Birth Certificates, passport data page, visa data page, marriage certificate, divorced decree for my husband and I, but based on my research on USCIS website I only see that the Divorce decree needs to be certified. Is there any other documents listed above that need to be certified? I don’t want to make any mistakes and delay my green card. Thanks guys   

Any document needs to be in english and translated by a professional translator which will have a certify page saying that the translator is competent in both languages other than that you are good! passport doesn't need translation unless it doesn't have english translation. Long story short yes translation need to be certified if that applies to you. For passport, Include a copy of the signature page, photo and information page(s), and page showing expiration date. Include a copy of all pages containing entry and exit stamps and/or U.S. Visas.

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22 hours ago, chellyf said:

Hey guys quick question, I have all of my copies of Birth Certificates, passport data page, visa data page, marriage certificate, divorced decree for my husband and I, but based on my research on USCIS website I only see that the Divorce decree needs to be certified. Is there any other documents listed above that need to be certified? I don’t want to make any mistakes and delay my green card. Thanks guys   

All documents need to be legible photocopies of original or certified copies 


YMMV

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2 hours ago, AJ- said:

Any document needs to be in english and translated by a professional translator which will have a certify page saying that the translator is competent in both languages other than that you are good! passport doesn't need translation unless it doesn't have english translation. Long story short yes translation need to be certified if that applies to you. For passport, Include a copy of the signature page, photo and information page(s), and page showing expiration date. Include a copy of all pages containing entry and exit stamps and/or U.S. Visas.

Thank you very much 

 

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