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Green Card Marriage Interview (Translate Birth Certificate)

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Hi,

 

I have my green card interview in 2 weeks (5 months after filing!) and in the letter they asked for some documents like passport, marriage license... They also asked for my birth certificate. Since it's in French, I need to a certified translation again. (I sent both an original birth certificate and original English certified translation with the original filing package). My question is, since I'm in the US, can I translate at any translation company here? The original translation I sent was from my home country. Is it ok if the one I sent originally is different than the translation I get here?

 

Also, I haven't received my EAD yet, do I ask for it during the interview?

 

Thanks.

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You can get a translation here, USCIS asks that the translator must certify that the translation is accurate to the best of his or her ability and that he or she is competent to translate.

Once you get your green card you no longer need an EAD. Good luck!

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