The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is one of many government agencies that require certified translations. All relevant foreign documents not written in English must be translated and certified. We provide certified and notarized translations of documents for the USCIS. with guaranteed acceptance.
We also provide translation services to the Homeland Security Agency. You can trust our professional translators for their high level of accuracy and conformity to the requirements and regulations of the USCIS and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agencies.
The certified English translation written on an official company letterhead, with our address and name legibly printed.
The complete word-for-word translation of the source (original) text, which is formatted as close as possible to the source document.
A “Certificate of Accuracy” accompanying the translation, signed by the translator and Day Translations, Inc. representative to attest that the translation is complete and accurate.
An Apostille is not needed when you submit translated documents for immigration, Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV), U.S. Passport Agency and other government agencies and organizations once you are already in the United States.
However, you will need as Apostille if you are applying to a country’s official agency to request for permit or citizenship, obtain a passport or new birth certificate, and get a divorce decree or to get married.
We can send the certified translation to the Secretary of State within 24 hours. However, the average waiting period for the Apostille to be prepared and released is 2-3 weeks.
Several documents need certified translation. We have the capability and the expertise to translate the following for submission to the right government agencies:
Our experienced translators are from around the world. They are subject matter experts and masters of language pairs they know by heart. Certified translation is a serious matter, and we keep that in mind all the time. We know that our clients depend on the clarity and accuracy of our work for them to attain legal status or obtain U.S. citizenship.