Russian Translation, Phoenix, Arizona

   $19.95 per document

  certified and notarized translation for any official purposes
 accepted by USCIS, U.S. universities and colleges, any government agency
 fast turnaround, 24 hour expedited service available
  Member of ATA (American Translators Association) 
 thousands of satisfied clients in Phoenix, Arizona

Documents we translate from Russian in Phoenix

Vital Records
Birth Certificate 
Marriage Certificate 
Divorce Certificate 
Name Change Certificate 
Adoption Certificate 
Death Records
Academic Records
School Certificate 
Diploma & Transcript
Ph.D. Diploma 
Other Documents
Passport 
Driver's License 
Police Clearance Certificate 
Immunization Records 
Military Card 
Employment Records 
Other..

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No matter where you live in Phoenix Metropolian Area (Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Mesa, Peoria, Scottsdale, Surprise, Tempe)

you will receive your translation in time! 

We have translated more than 10,000 birth certificates since 2006. Most often the birth certificate is applied to USCIS. For all of our work, USCIS has always accepted translations made by our company. All the documents that our customers send for the translation are stored on secure servers. The leakage of personal data is excluded. 

Certificates of birth began to be issued in Russia and the former Soviet countries from the beginning of the 19th century. Earlier vital records were made in churches. Data on births, marriages and deaths were recorded in church books and were called Metrics. Often, during fires and wars, records were destroyed or lost, and it was not possible to restore them. 

Very often people born in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus in the early 19th century did not know exactly the date, or even the year of their birth. Certificates of birth began to be issued extensively from the 1920s. The Russian or Ukrainian birth certificate contains information about the newborn, the date of his birth, his parents and their nationality. 

Translation of names is made in accordance with the rules of transliteration from Russian/Ukrainian/Belarusian into English. As a rule, when placing an order, we ask our customers to specify the transliteration of names. The date format is also slightly different. In Russia, the date is specified in Day/Month/Year format, while in the US the format is Month/Day/Year. And since the document is filed in the territory of the United States, we indicate the local American format, for the convenience of information reading by USCIS officers.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Office in Phoenix AZ
 

1330 South 16th Street 
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Most popular areas of Phoenix, Arizona, where live Russians, Ukrainians, Belarusians, Kazakhs: 85032, 85033, 85041, 85008, 85035, 85037, 85022, 85009, 85029, 85051, 85042, 85086, 85015, 85017, 85044, 85021, 85018, 85027, 85016, 85020

 

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