- Most immigrants applying to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for a visa will qualify on the basis of family relationships or sponsorship by an employer. In fact, these type of visa applications make up over 95% of all applications for long-term entry into the United States. Continue Reading
- In a world where AI and “bot” technology is replacing humans at an ever-increasing rate, the question is often posed whether customers should consider utilizing machine-based translating services like Google Translate for their document translation. Although it seems like a simple question, the answer is it depends.
A visa is an endorsement on a passport indicating that the holder is allowed to enter, leave, or stay for a specified period of time in a country. Visas are not always required, they have certain restrictions, and how you get one depends strictly on the country you are trying to enter. Continue Reading
The USCIS, or the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, basically defines certified translations as: “All documents submitted in support of an application or petition must include complete translation into English. In addition, there must be a certification from the translator indicating that the translation is complete and accurate and attesting to his or her competence as a translator.” So what does that mean?