Russian Translation, Dallas
$19.95 per document
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Most of our clients are return-customers, recommend our company to their friends and relatives. We also cooperate on an ongoing basis with immigration lawyers. All this shows that we are serious about our business. We provide translation services for various personal documents - certificates of birth, marriage, divorce, passports, educational documents - diplomas, transcripts, certificates of professional development, letters of appreciation, academic reports, and other documents.
What is a document for official authorities, for USCIS? This is a sheet of paper that contains important information in this particular situation. For a birth certificate - this is data about a person, his name, parents, place and date of birth. For a marriage certificate, these are data about the spouses, their dates and places of birth, as well as data on names after marriage (the wife can leave her maiden name or change it to husband’s). For divorce certificates, this is information about the date of divorce and name the women decided to leave. For the diploma - this is information about the educational institution and the received qualification. For a transcript, this is information about the courses you have studied. What distinguishes a document from a simple piece of paper printed on a printer? Of course, the presence of a round seal of the body authorized to issue such documents. As is says in the Russian joke "Without a piece of paper you're a bug, and with a piece of paper - a person." In addition to round seal, the document may contain a special stamp, called Apostille. This stamp is not so small as in our understanding we are accustomed to seeing stamps, as a rule it is attached to the document as a separate page. This stamp gives the right to use the document on the territory of countries that have joined the Hague Convention, to which the United States belongs. If you have not left Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and for now only plan to move to the US, we recommend that you get an apostille on all the important documents you have: birth certificates, marriage, divorce, and of course diplomas and school certificates. In most cases, apostille is not required, but if you suddenly need it, then getting it on the territory of Russia, with your physical stay in the US, can become a very complex quest. One of the requirements of USCIS is the complete translation of the document, the document cannot be translated in part. We never undertake a partial translation of the document. For example, a man divorced and leaving Russia managed to get only a Divorce Decree, 15 sheets, and forgot to get a one-page certificate of divorce in the Vital Records Office (ZAGS). In this case, we are very sorry, but the document will have to translate the whole, all 15 pages, yes, we understand that the essence of the document on the last page "the court ordered the marriage between Petrov and Petrova is dissolved," but we have to translate all 15 pages with all this inessential for USCIS information about the property division, the schedule of children visits, etc. Therefore, one more tip for those who are still on the other side of the ocean, on all long documents it is desirable to get their short forms.
Our translation agency provides certified translation of birth, marriage, divorce certificates, diplomas, certificates and transcripts from Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian.
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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Office in Dallas TX
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