How to Translate a Birth Certificate
If you’re currently in the process of immigrating and need to get a birth certificate translated for approval by USCIS immigration services, a professional translation agency will require you to provide a clear and legible copy of your files to accurately translate your documents to English.
Similar to passports, visas, and other official documents, the United States government has strict requirements on what is an acceptable translation of a birth certificate.
So, if your document is from in a foreign language from another country, and you are an immigrant applying for citizenship in the US, just follow the steps below to get your birth certificate translation started.
- Upload An Electronic Copy of Your File
- Wait up to 1 Business Day for a Free Quote
- Make a Payment
- Confirm Your Email and Mailing Address
- Wait 1-3 Business Days For Delivery
- Check Your Email or Mailbox
- Review and Approve Your Translated Files
Upload Your File
- Upload your birth certificate as a .pdf or .jpg file.
- Select the source language and the target language.
- Enter your name and email.
- Click send.
Wait For A Quote
After uploading your file, you’ll typically wait up to one business day for a free translation quote. The cost for one-page documents typically ranges from $60 to $90.
Make a Payment
Once you receive your quote, you will be able to pay via credit or debit card.
Confirm Your Email and Mailing Address
Choose which email or mailing address you would like to have your translated document sent to.
Wait 1-3 Business Days For Delivery
We typically deliver birth certificate translations in 24 to 72 hours via email, however if you need your document delivered in less than 24 hours, we offer rush translations for a fee of $150.
Check Your Email or Mailbox
A PDF copy of your translation will be sent to your email address and a physical copy will be sent to your mailing address if requested.
Review and Approve Your Translated Documents
Both the physical and electronic copies will arrive with a Certificate of Accuracy, which is signed and stamped by the certified translator to confirm that the translation is accurate and complete.
Your birth certificate translation does not have to be notarized, but a Certificate of Accuracy is required for document translations to be accepted by the USCIS.
This is one of the reasons why you shouldn’t translate your own birth certificate.
Submit your document below to have your birth certificate professionally translated by LinguaOne for approval by USCIS.