French Birth Certificate Translation in New York
Docsbase Inc - New York Translation Specialists
Get certified translation of your French birth certificate with DocsBase
At DocsBase Inc, we offer the most affordable and accurate translations for French documents going into English and vice-versa. How do we do this? We have both French and English native in-house translators in nearly every one of our offices across the world. We make sure to have staff on hand because this is one of the most common language pairs we come across. And of the French documents we most routinely translate, the birth certificate ranks right near the top, if not number one. This is due to the importance of birth certificates when applying for student visas, work visas, green cards, and more. Even if you are not applying for anything at the moment, it is always a good idea to have a certified copy of your birth certificate ready to use.
DocsBase New York and the importance of French birth certificate translations
If you were born in France, but have plans on studying, traveling, or working in the United States, you will need a certified translation of your birth certificate. If you are applying for a visa or a green card, you will have to submit documents to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The USCIS has unique requirements for their translations. In order for it to be accepted, it will need to be accompanied by a letter from the translator attesting to the accuracy of the translation. Not only are our translations certified for use in the US and abroad, but we can attach this letter to guarantee its acceptance at the USCIS. It is highly risky to cut costs and try to have a friend translate your birth certificate. Put your vital documents in the hands of a profession translating agency to eliminate the chance of them being rejected.
Legalization of French birth certificate with DocsBase
In most cases, the authorities to which you are submitting your birth certificate translation will also ask that the original be legalized. This means that the original birth certificate issued in France needs to be authenticated. Because both France and the United States are signatories to The Hague Convention, only an apostille is required to fulfill this request. If you are already in France, this might prove difficult. You may not even have a copy of your birth certificate on hand. You can order one through the Ministère des Affaires Etrangères, but that won’t come with an apostille. DocsBase has a legalization team that can help you get an apostille for your documents. If you are unsure what you need, tell us in your inquiry what you would like to have done and we can guide you.
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