How to translate important documents correctly so that they are accepted by government agencies in the United States or in the immigrant's home country

We have been providing translation services for a long time. Transfers made in our offices are accepted by the US Immigration Service, courts, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), universities, medical institutions, and many other agencies and organizations in the United States. Among other things, we organize the translation of American documents…

Ukrainians were not allowed on a Royal Caribbean cruise, citing 'sanctions' against their homeland

An employee of Royal Caribbean International did not let a family of Ukrainians with a six-month-old child on board the cruise ship. The representative of a large company could not clearly explain the reason for this decision, reports the YouTube channel “Bureau”. Florida resident Grigory Rubshtein told the channel that his wife was removed from ...

How a small document (or lack thereof) can create big problems: a cautionary tale from a lawyer

I recently received an email from an old client with her new problems. The story is so instructive that I decided to share it with my readers. The moral of this fable is this: all documents must be kept in order, there are no trifles here. There was a family in New York...

Vital and criminal record for immigration: what it is and how to find the right records

When filing immigration applications and petitions, the US government often requires you to provide various documentation of marriage status, family relationships, citizenship, and name change. You may also need to document past interactions with the police or the judicial system. It is very important to be truthful. ...

Five Immigration Mistakes Even Smart People Make

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is known for quickly rejecting applications in case of errors. Sometimes simple immigration mistakes can ruin your chances of being approved by USCIS. How to avoid them, reports CitizenPath. In fact, even very smart candidates can make mistakes...

American Airlines loses 11-year-old passenger's passport and green card

The mother of an 11-year-old who was traveling alone said American Airlines lost her son's passport and green card when he was returning home to Austin, Texas. Business Insider writes about it. According to Flavia Hagan, the passport and green card were not returned, and she found out ...

Apostille, power of attorney, important information: myths about documents that complicate the life of immigrants in the USA

I decided to write this column due to the fact that every day I encounter persistent misconceptions about notarial and legal matters. Sometimes I and my office staff get the impression that people who spread these misconceptions are being paid extra for this, ...

Trump constantly tore up important documents during the presidency: now this greatly complicates the investigation into the storming of the Capitol

When the National Archives and Records Administration handed over many documents to the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 assault on the Capitol, some of them were torn up and then glued together. The Washington Post writes about it. The 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, was known in...

When a lawyer is more reliable than relatives: how a lawyer saves an immigrant's apartment in Russia, which her relatives took away from her

In 1998, Muscovite Sveta had a unique chance to go to America. The dashing 90s, more than a modest salary, a default that destroyed the last savings ... She did not see any prospects in life in Russia, and therefore hastened to take advantage of the chance. I left with one suitcase, leaving ...

How does the underground storage of immigration documents work, and how can your application get lost there

Shontel Vent anticipated pandemic-related delays when she applied for US citizenship in May 2020. But as the months passed, and after a positive response from friends who applied for citizenship after her, she began to worry. As it turned out,…

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