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TRANSLATION OF SALVADORIAN BIRTH CERTIFICATE

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Hello everyone, Hoping someone has a little time to give me a little hand translating a Salvadorian Birth Certificate to English.

RUBRICADAS-, Es conforme con su original con la cual se confronto y para los efectos de Ley se expide la presente en la oficina del Registro del Estado Familiar Alcaldia Municipal de Zacatecoluca.

 

I really appreciate all the help!

Sincerely,

Sonia Flores

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38 minutes ago, Sonia Flores said:

Hello everyone, Hoping someone has a little time to give me a little hand translating a Salvadorian Birth Certificate to English.

RUBRICADAS-, Es conforme con su original con la cual se confronto y para los efectos de Ley se expide la presente en la oficina del Registro del Estado Familiar Alcaldia Municipal de Zacatecoluca.

 

I really appreciate all the help!

Sincerely,

Sonia Flores

For USCIS purposes the translations must be certified, so I recommend you use a service.

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13 minutes ago, BryceAndRebeca said:

For USCIS purposes the translations must be certified, so I recommend you use a service.

For immigration purposes it must only be "attested".   Self translation is possible if the translator is fluent in both languages 

YMMV

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2 minutes ago, payxibka said:

For immigration purposes it must only be "attested".   Self translation is possible if the translator is fluent in both languages 

Well, if OP is asking for translation help she must not be fluent. Legal documents in spanish have several terms that are very complicated to translate. I encountered the same problem with my birth certificates.

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2 minutes ago, BryceAndRebeca said:

Well, if OP is asking for translation help she must not be fluent. Legal documents in spanish have several terms that are very complicated to translate. I encountered the same problem with my birth certificates.

True,  but attestation is quite a bit different than certified 

YMMV

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Used a service called Vanan Services to translate and certify Spanish Birth certificate for a relative. It was $20. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, payxibka said:

True,  but attestation is quite a bit different than certified 

Yes, but it will probably become very obvious at interview that OP is not fluent enough in English, making self-attestation rather risky. 

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9 minutes ago, SusieQQQ said:

Yes, but it will probably become very obvious at interview that OP is not fluent enough in English, making self-attestation rather risky. 

You glossed over the word IF.

 

Also, It was more a reply to the other poster who said that translation needs to be certified when the translation standard is attestation. 

YMMV

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In addition, there must be a certification from the translator indicating that the translation is complete and accurate and attesting to his or her competence as a translator.

https://www.uscis.gov/ilink/docView/AFM/HTML/AFM/0-0-0-1/0-0-0-2061/0-0-0-2253.html

 

why would anyone want to effectively lie to USCIS to save $20? Is it really worth it?

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