Birth certificate translation (certified and notarized)
certified and notarized birth certificate translation services for USCIS, INS, visa applications
How do I get a certified translation of my birth certificate?
We'll send you a certified or notarized translation of your birth certificate electronically or by mail.
No need to send the originals. Create a scan or digital photo of your document and send it now »
Birth certificate translations are required for a number of purposes: to obtain a visa, for immigration documents, legal processes, university applications, and more. Babble-on makes it easy to translate your birth certificate and have it certified or notarized as necessary.
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These samples come from various languages, including Italian, French, Portuguese, Russian, Hebrew and Spanish.
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We do birth certificate translations every day, so we know how to get them done properly for acceptance by all major institutions. Ask us about any questions you have!Upload your birth certificate for certified translation
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Common Questions About Birth Certificate Translations
How long does it take?
Generally a 1- or 2-page birth certificate translation takes just two days, but it does depend on the language and how busy we are. Send us your a copy of your birth certificate for a free quote and time estimate.
What languages do you offer for birth certificate translation?
We translate birth certificates from any language into English, and from English into any language. We routinely do Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese. However, even if your birth certificate is in another language, we are a close network of translators and can accommodate virtually any request.
Do I need a birth certificate translation notarized or certified?
The answer to this question must come from the person or institution who requested the translation from you. Some institutions, including the Indian consulate and most universities, require translations to be notarized. Others, like the USCIS, no longer require translations to be notarized — just certified. (See their official rules here.)
Should I send you the original or certified copy of my birth certificate? Do I have to drop it off?
We require an electronic copy of your birth certificate to perform the translation. There is no need to drop off the original birth certificate. Please scan your birth certificate and send it to us using this online form. If you don't have a scanner, take a photo of your birth certificate using a digital camera. If you prefer to fax us your birth certificate, use this number: (801) 642-5584.
How will I receive the certified translation of my birth certificate?
We offer two ways to make it easy for you. First, we always send you an electronic copy (PDF) as a draft to approve the birth certificate translation. For notarized translations, required by some embassies, we can optionally print and have the translation notarized. We are happy to mail the document for free using U.S. first-class mail. We only charge when mailing birth certificate translations outside the United States, or for overnight delivery.
How do I know my certified translation will be done right?
Take a look at our reviews around the Web from our customers. You'll be pleasantly surprised!
why our clients trust Babble-on
Just look at our reviews on Yelp! At Babble-on, you can be sure that your certified or notarized birth certificate translation is handled personally by an experienced group of expert native-speaking translators. We've been doing this for almost a decade and have never had a translation rejected. E-mail or fax a copy of the document to: (801) 642-5584 for a free quote.