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  1. Yes I have. It does say to get the bilingual certificates but says nothing else about authentication. The only place that mentions authentication at all is the instructions for marriage page on the embassy website but doesn't mention the new bilingual certificates either. So it's pretty confusing. "To use the marriage certificate in the U.S., it should be translated into English at the Notary Public Authority-located on 57 Ramses Street, Cairo. It takes 1-2 days to receive the translation, which must then be authenticated by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and authenticated by the American Citizen Services Unit at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo ($50.00). Please note: If you do obtain an English marriage certificate from the Egyptian Ministry of Justice Translation office, you DO NOT need to have it authenticated at the American Embassy to use for immigration in the United States. " That's all it says, but I believe the bilingual certificates may be fairly new here according to what I've heard and this page is older so that could be why I can't find mention of it anywhere else.
  2. Did you two have to have your bilingual marriage certificate authenticated by the embassy for immigration to the US/it to be legal in the US? I can't seem to find for sure whether or not it needs authenticated or if it doesn't need to be due to being an official document
  3. Thanks. I don't believe they should ask for other evidence as I have seen on the forums lately that people were being requested to send in these new forms instead of the old ones. Does it not need authenticated by the embassy due to being a government doc.? I know that if an arabic one were to be translated it would need authenticated for immigration to the US based on the embassy website but they mention nothing about this one.
  4. Hello Maym. I saw in the forum that you recently have received your interview date. I have a question about the marriage certificate if you happen to know. I have gotten the new bilingual marriage and birth certificates and stamped by the ministry of foreign affairs and uploaded to NVC. Do you happen to know if this marriage certificate needs authenticated at the embassy for the interview or for immigration to the US or not? Or have you used another certificate.

     

    Sorry to bother you! I appreciate any help :)

  5. Thank you! Yes I have seen other people say they used these documents and that this is what NVC wants. I also just submitted my papers to NVC today using these, i believe they are correct. However I'm wondering do we need these authenticated by the embassy for when the interview happens and for immigration to the US? As I have not taken that step yet.
  6. I just received the new bilingual (English & Arabic) Marriage & Birth Certificates. I have already had them stamped by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. However I can't find any answers on the embassy website as to whether or not these certificates (specifically our Egyptian Marriage Certificate) need authenticated by the US Embassy or not. Any Info would help greatly as I have searched everywhere and can not find an answer. (Just today we sent in our documents to NVC with only the certificates having been stamped by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs office as I had seen somewhere else in the forums that people had luck with that. But I would like to know this for future use when it comes time for the interview.)
  7. I just got these new Bilingual Birth and Marriage Certificates and stamped by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Could anyone please tell me if they need authenticated by the US embassy for future immigration to the US or not??
  8. Hello, I got the new Bilingual Marriage and Birth Certificates from the CSO in Egypt and have them stamped by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Could any of you tell me if these (specifically our marriage certificate) needs authenticated by the US embassy for immigration to the US? I'm really confused because the gov. websites for the embassy do not mention the new certificates so I have no idea if they need authenticated or not. The only thing i see is this "If you do obtain an English marriage certificate from the Egyptian Ministry of Justice Translation office, you DO NOT need to have it authenticated at the American Embassy to use for immigration in the United States." But that info is old and was wondering if the new certificates also apply. ( I do not have the Certificate from the Ministry of Justice office, we have the new Bilingual certificates from CSO)
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