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Translator attached original police certificate to translation - is this problem for Embassy Interview??

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(Note: This is for preparation for (eventual) rescheduling for our embassy interview since the police certificate we uploaded to the NVC is now almost a year old)

 

We dropped off my husbands newest police certificate for translating at a translator's office and instead of making a copy of the police certificate and attaching it to the translation, he attached the original police certificate to the translation! So now the police certificate is no longer a separate document. Does this mean we will need to redo it all over again with a new police certificate? Do the documents need to be seperate? There is no clear instructions of DOS from what I could see. 

 

I TOLD them I wanted them to make a copy of the certificate and attach it to the translation not attach the original. So frustrating. 

 

I am actually unclear if I even needed to translate the police certificate since we are in the issuing country Egypt but i did it just in case. 

 

Thanks everyone!

 

 

 

 

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True you didn't need to translate it since you will be applying for visa in Egypt. But it's done already and it is what it is.... Although there is no clear specification for translation except the name date and stamp of the translator. Different countries do it differently (I guess according to association standards) .. But I doubt it will be a problem. 

 

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13 minutes ago, Sparkle Sparkle said:

True you didn't need to translate it since you will be applying for visa in Egypt. But it's done already and it is what it is.... Although there is no clear specification for translation except the name date and stamp of the translator. Different countries do it differently (I guess according to association standards) .. But I doubt it will be a problem. 

 

Ok great thank you! 

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