U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires police clearance report from many new immigrants
Police record is a part of new requirements by the USCIS
Certified English translation of your police/criminal report from following languages:
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Certified translation of police clearance and criminal records to English language
Police record contains information on criminal history of a person.
Form and content of police records change from one country to another and even different forms are used in the same country.
In some countries, criminal records include only convictions while in others they contain arrests and even charges. However, most police clearance reports simply state that the person whose identification stated does not have any criminal record on file.
Who needs police clearance report?
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), lenders, some landlords, and employers require criminal records. If you are immigrating, applying for driver’s license or loan, green card, or American citizenship, then you may be asked to submit a copy of your police record with its certified English translation.
How to get certified translation of your police record
We provide Certification by Translator document on our corporate letterhead with our authorized signature and raised (embossed) corporate seal, and stamp with a statement as required by the USCIS and other public and private agencies and organizations.