ImmiTranslate Blog

The ImmiTranslate blog provides the latest updates on USCIS immigration translations, certified translation trends, updates to our services, and more!

What is a certified translation?
July 15th, 2021

How to Get a Certified Translation

All your paperwork is in order as you confidently head into the U.S. Immigration office.  Your paper work includes all your foreign documents perfectly translated by none other than yourself since you’re bilingual. To your amazement, U.S. immigration rejects your foreign documents because the translation was not certified. The natural next question is where to find a certified translation.  Luckily, there are many options.

April 12th, 2021

ImmiTranslate Now Integrates With Docketwise

We're delighted to announce our latest integration with Docketwise, the modern immigration case management software. Simply select the files that require translation, and let our professional translation team handle the rest.

January 11th, 2021

Translations for State Department Emergency Passports

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the State Department has issued guidelines for the renewal or issuance of passports in life-or-death situations that require emergency travel. ImmiTranslate can assist by providing expedited translation services accepted by the US Department of State.

What is a certified translation?
March 5th, 2020

What is a Certified Translation?

Learn what a certified translation is, who can certify a translation, and why it's important and essential to have a translation completed by a professional translation agency.

Frustrated translator
March 4th, 2020

The Toughest Documents to Translate

If you’re unfamiliar with a language, any document you’re trying to translate can take forever. However, some documents are simply tough as nails to get into another tongue! Here are some of the ones that present the most challenge.

March 3rd, 2020

6 Fast Facts about US Immigration

The United States has the largest immigrant population in the world with 13.7% of the country’s residents being foreign-born. As debates continue to rage over the country’s immigration policies, here is a quick look at what the numbers have to say.