Chinese Translations for USCIS in New York

12

May

2016

DocsBase offers certified Chinese translations for the USCIS

If you have vital documents that were issued in China and intend to submit them here in the United States, you will need to have them translated. Fortunately, DocsBase Inc is the leading translation agency between Chinese and English. We have numerous international locations and dozens of in-house translators. All our offices have many years of experience translating Chinese to numerous different languages, including English, German, and Russian. If you are in New York, we have quick and affordable services not only into English, but also into Chinese. We stress that you inform us of where you will be submitting the document because different requesting agencies have different requirements for translations to be accepted; a classic example is the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)

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The USCIS in New York is located only a few stops from our offices and takes just minutes to get there. If you are applying for anything related to immigration, including student or work visas, green cards, or naturalization, you will have to go to this building. The USCIS requires that only documents that are not issued in English must be accompanied by a translation. This means that any Chinese documents will need to be translated. While virtually government agency, educational institution, or private company will accept a certified translation, the USCIS has separate requirements. They ask that the translation be affixed with a letter from the translator attesting to their language competencies and the accuracy of the translation. DocsBase guarantees that our translations will be accepted by the USCIS and by any other requesting agency. Simple notify us where you will be submitting the document and we will make sure that it is translated according to the appropriate requirements.

Legalization of Chinese documents with DocsBase

If you are submitting Chinese documents for official use, chances are that you will need them legalized as well. Because both China and the United States are signatories to The Hague Convention, this means you will need to get an Apostille. We can help get an apostille for your documents so that they are guaranteed to be accepted by the requesting authorities. We also offer apostille services for USA issued documents with intended use in China. DocsBase offers the most comprehensive document translation and legalization services for Chinese documents!

Contact us today through our “get a quote form”, by calling us, or by visiting our office. We are excited to work with you!

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