Employment-based visas and green cards often require professional evidence, such as a letter from a previous employer. Applicants may also be required to submit translations of academic documents to prove they have the degree or certification necessary to perform the job in question.
For some immigration applicants, financial evidence may also be required. For example, an applicant for the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program must file evidence of their investment, such as foreign business registration records or personal and business tax returns.
Of course, any of these documents in a language other than English must be submitted as a certified translation. You can relax knowing that Legal Language always uses professional translators with subject-matter expertise to translate personal, medical, academic and financial documents.
By trusting Legal Language with your translation needs, you can help ensure that your immigration application is not delayed or even denied due to a subpar translation.