Category Archives: Birth Certificate Translation

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Nuestra experiencia con The Spanish Group

Nuestra experiencia con The Spanish Group LLC comenzó mucho antes de haber pisado suelo americano. Increíblemente, cuando yo y mi marido estábamos pensando en viajar e instalarnos definitivamente en los Estados Unidos de América, un amigo nos mencionó que debíamos realizar una serie de trámites si queríamos que nuestros hijos pudieran asistir a la escuela. […]

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Basic US Immigration Tips

When it comes to US immigration, knowledge—the right kind—is key. Knowing ahead of time what you need, when you need it, where to go, who to deal with and other basic information are crucial for a successful application. Here’s a rundown of some basic things to remember when applying for US immigration.     Make […]

Applying for U.S. Citizenship: Naturalization

In our past couple of posts, we shared with you general guidelines on how to immigrate to the U.S. based on your civil or employment status.   Today, we’re taking it a notch higher. We’re going to talk about general tips when applying for a U.S. citizenship. Let’s start with citizenship through naturalization.   If […]

When will you need a birth certificate translation?

Your birth certificate is one of your most important personal documents because it is proof of your existence in this world.   It is also your passport to accessing social services, gaining entry to organizations, and pretty much getting around locally or internationally. When transacting overseas, one of the requirements you’ll most likely need is […]

In-Person Translators or Identity Thieves?

Aside from ensuring the high level of skill and reliability of your translation service provider, the security of your personal documents should also be a main concern when working with a professional translator.   The Spanish Group lead translator Isabella Saenz has advice for all translation clients: Do not leave your original documents. “Losing your […]