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Frequently Asked Questions

A certified translation for USCIS refers to an official translation of any foreign language document that comes with an accompanying signed statement from the translator or translation service. The translator attests that the translation is complete and accurate and that they are competent to translate from a foreign language to English. This is necessary because USCIS needs to establish a full history and requires documents to establish all facts about an applicant.

To certify a translation for USCIS, the translator must provide a signed statement that declares they are competent to translate from the foreign language into English and that the translation is complete and accurate. The statement can be in the following format:

“I [name of the translator], certify that I am fluent (conversant) in English and [source language] and that the above/attached document is an accurate translation of the document attached in [source language].”

The translator then signs and dates the statement.

While there is no specific federal or state licensing or certification for translators in the United States, USCIS will accept translations provided by anyone who certifies that they are competent to translate from the foreign language into English & has adequate experience in the legal field in question. This means that any person who is sufficiently proficient in both languages can translate and certify a document. However, using a professional translator or translation service is recommended to ensure accuracy and avoid potential issues.

The cost of a USCIS-certified translation can vary greatly depending on several factors including the length and complexity of the document, the language pair involved, and the turnaround time required. Some services charge per word, while others might charge a flat fee per document. It is recommended to get a quote from the translation service for an accurate estimation.


No, translations for USCIS do not need to be notarized. They only require a certification from the translator or translation service attesting to the accuracy and completeness of the translation.

No, you cannot translate your own documents for USCIS. The USCIS strongly recommend using a competent translator to avoid issues of potential bias or inaccuracies.

USCIS accepts both hard and digital copies of translated documents. However, it is crucial to stay updated with USCIS’s current submission guidelines, as they may change over time.

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