USCIS Translation

The Foreign Document Translation service provides 100% guaranteed certified USCIS translation completed at a low flat rate of $27 per page within only 12-48 hours from over 50 languages. Submit your scanned documents online or fax them and receive certified USCIS translation by email as secured pdf attachment. Print it, attach to the document and it is ready!USCIS

The USCIS stands for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services of U.S. Department of Homeland Security. That’s a government agency processing applications for immigration, permanent residence, citizenship, adoption, working and visiting the United States, etc.

3 Steps to obtain your certified USCIS translation:

  1. Upload your scanned documents on our website, send them directly to our email at order@ForeignDocumentTranslation.com or fax them. Scanned or photographed copies are sufficient and we do not need any originals.
  2. Provide your payment of $27 per page when prompted. Then our certified translators prepare the translation within 12-48 hours for most of the documents in over 50 languages and the translation is proofread by another experienced linguist to ensure high quality.
  3. We send completed certified translation to your email as a secure pdf file ready to be printed out and used for the USCIS.

Types of translations we perform for the USCIS:

  • Birth Certificates;
  • Marriage Certificates and Divorce Documents;
  • Diplomas, Transcripts and Educational Documents;
  • Police Clearance Certificates;
  • Passports and other I.D.;
  • Any other document type.

We are your solution for affordable and fast certified USCIS translation. It is easy to order, with guaranteed 100% acceptance by USCIS along with other government and private agencies, at one low flat rate of $27 per page and super fast delivery times. Having helped hundreds of customers we are looking forward to serving your translation needs, too. Please contact us with any questions on certified USCIS translation, how to obtain it, requirements for the translation and any other questions.

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