If you are looking to extend your stay in the United States, you must file an application with the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS)
If you are looking to extend your stay in the United States, or you would like to seek permanent residency or citizenship, you must file an application with the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS).
The USCIS requires specific documents for immigrant applications. For example, when you file for adjustment of status with USCIS, you typically must submit copies of personal documents, such as birth, marriage and death certificates, as well as bank
information, police records and/or affidavits, depending on the case.
If these documents are in a foreign language, they will not be accepted by USCIS unless accompanied by a certified translation in English. Additionally, USCIS translation requirements specify that all forms must be submitted in the English language.
By submitting properly translated documents the first time, you can avoid issues like delayed processing times or receiving a Request for Evidence (RFE).
For a translation to be certified according to USCIS standards, 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. The certification format preferred by USCIS includes the certifier’s signature, name, address and date of certification.
At RTIS, we can assist you in this process by providing certified translations for all of your foreign language documents that will be accepted by the USCIS. We have many
years of experience providing these translations, so you can rest assured that your translated documents will be submitted correctly.