Death Certificate Translation Services

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Just $24.50 per page

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Death Certificate Translation, What You Need to Know

Death certificates are crucial documents for legal procedures, inheritance claims, insurance settlements, and more. When handling affairs or applying for services in the United States, a professionally translated death certificate is often required. More than just a text conversion, a proper death certificate translation must be legally compliant, especially with USCIS and other relevant agencies' requirements. Only accurate and compliant translations can prevent application delays or rejections, which cost time and money. Certified death certificate translation is commonly required for USCIS processes, inheritance and estate settlements, insurance claims, international legal matters, and other procedures where proof of death is necessary. A translated and notarized Death Certificate is needed for legal procedures. Read more on our full Death Certificate translation guide.

Death Certificate Translation Services By Languex

Languex is the industry leader in Death Certificate Translation Services. Need a translation that's fast and accurate? Look no further. With our 24-hour turnaround, you can have a death certificate translated and ready for official use — all at an affordable rate of $24.50 per page.

Whether you need death certificate translation for USCIS applications, legal proceedings, or any other reason, our service ensures you receive a translation that meets and exceeds industry standards—experience hassle-free translation with Languex.

Getting a Death Certificate Translated is simple and quick

At Languex, we make professional death certificate translations easy. Our simple process delivers legally compliant translations you can submit worry-free.


Submit Your Document

Upload the death certificate via our secure online form. Select languages and add-ons like notarization or receiving original copies, and make secure payment.


Track Real-Time Progress

Check your translation status anytime through our portal. Preview your document and request revisions for free.


Expert Review and Delivery

Our translators complete a thorough final review and issue a translation certificate. Then, we securely deliver your certified translation by email and portal.

USCIS Death Certificate Translation & Requirments

If you plan on immigrating to the United States or applying for naturalization, your foreign-language death certificate must be translated into English. The translation must meet specific USCIS Death Certificate Translation, Per the Code of Federal Regulations, 8 CFR 103.2(b) (3). requirements that specify

Any document containing foreign language submitted to USCIS shall be accompanied by a full English language translation which the translator has certified as complete and accurate, and by the translator’s certification that he or she is competent to translate from the foreign language into English.

When it comes to USCIS applications, one must avoid any mistakes, especially in document translation. USCIS Death Certificate Translation requires accuracy and understanding of specific terms and legal language.

At Languex, Our USCIS translators are well-versed in Certified USCIS Translation. We ensure that your translated document will meet all USCIS guidelines.

Notarized Death Certificate Translation

A notarized translation adds an extra layer of verification and validation. Our notarization service involves a notary public verifying and authenticating the translation certificate signature, adding extra trust and reliability.

Notarized Death Certificate Translations are often required for formal legal processes or when submitting documents to government or legal officials.

Your Languex-translated and notarized death certificate will be universally acceptable for any official matter requiring notarization.

A notarized death certificate translation should include:

The original death certificate in the native language
The English translated version
The translator's signature and statement
Notary statement of translator oath
The notary's signature and stamp
Notary's commission expiration date

Certified Death Certificate Translation

 A Certified Death Certificate Translation is a document translated by a professional translator who attests to the translation's accuracy. This certificate accompanies the translated document and bears the signature and credentials of the translator.

At Languex, we take the certification process seriously. We provide a free Certificate of Translation compliant with USCIS and other legal requirements. Certified document translations from Languex assure that legal entities, universities, and government organizations will accept your document.

A proper certified death certificate translation must include the following:

The translator's signature, attesting to the accuracy of the translation
A statement affirming the translator's competency in both languages
A translator who is an unaffiliated third party, not a family member
A typed translation in the original format for easy verification

Common Mistakes to Avoid in a Death Certificate Translation

The following are some common mistakes to avoid when preparing USCIS translations:

Incomplete Translation: The translated document must be complete, including all necessary information, such as signatures, seals, and dates.

Inaccurate Translation: The translated document must accurately reflect the contents of the original document.

Missing Required Information: The translated document must include all required information, such as a certification statement signed by the translator.

The Complications of Getting the Wrong Death Certificate Translation

Moving to the U.S. is a big deal. One small mistake in translating a death certificate can cause lots of trouble. Here's what could go wrong:

Delays: The government might ask for more info if something's wrong with your papers. This will slow down everything and make you wait longer.

Extra Costs: Waiting longer usually means spending more money. This could be for faster services or lost chances like a job.

Application Denied: Mistakes in translation could make the government reject your USCIS application.

Tips: How Languex Can Help You Avoid These Issues

To avoid the above issues, a death certificate translation service like Languex is a good idea—our professional translators are trained and have translated thousands of death certificates for different use cases like courts, visa applications, USCIS applications, and more.

Pick Quality: Don't just go for the cheapest option. Languex has experts who know all about government translation rules.

Be Quick: Languex works fast, they help you meet deadlines so you don't have to wait longer.

Get the Right certificate: Languex gives you all the proper certifications, ensuring the government accepts your documents.

Ask for Help: Our support can guide you if you need help 24/7.

Accuracy: Our Professional translators are trained to translate documents accurately.

Approved for official use: Our Professional translators are trained with USCIS & certified translation requirements.

Get a Death Certificate Translated in Over 100 Languages

At Languex, we celebrate global diversity through our translation services. We offer death certificate translations in over 100 languages - Whether you need a death certificate translated from Spanish, Vietnamese, Arabic, or other languages, Languex has you covered.

Our wide range of language options ensures we can assist you no matter your Document language. We have specialized translators ready for any translation need.

Order today and get a death certificate translated into any language you want.

Other Documents We Translate

At Languex, we specialize in death certificate translations, but our services extend far beyond that. With extensive translation expertise, we can meet all your document translation needs.

Whether you require a legal document translation like a contract, affidavit, or court order, an academic transcript from high school, university, business document, or personal documents including marriage/divorce certificates and death certificates, Languex delivers professional, certified translations you can trust. 

Having a large network of experienced, professional translators equips us to translate any document. Below is a list of some common documents we translate.

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See Example Death Certificate Translations

At Languex, we provide sample translations that demonstrate our commitment to accuracy, correct formatting, compliance, and readability.

By reviewing our death certificate translation samples, you can evaluate the quality of work we deliver

Death Certificate Translation Tips and Short Guides

How to translate death certificates with Languex for official and legal purposes?

When you need death certificates translated for official and legal use, trust Languex, a professional translation company known for its expertise in providing translations that meet the strict standards of legal authorities and institutions.

Death certificate translation requirements to apply for a green card in the US

You must show the death certificate to the Department of State for a US passport. If the death certificate is not in English, it must be translated and notarized (officially approved).

We offer this kind of service. We ensure that the translation of the death certificate is accepted.

How to translate death certificates to English?

The best option is to use a professional translation company for certified accuracy. Languex provides fast and accurate death certificate translations into English.

How to translate a death certificate from Spanish to English?

Hiring a professional translation company is recommended for a legally valid Spanish-to-English death certificate translation. Languex has expert Spanish translators available.

Where can I get a death certificate translated?

For certified translations, a professional translation service is recommended. Languex offers death certificate translations you can rely on.

Where to get a death certificate translated and notarized near me?

Using an online translation company that offers remote services is convenient. Languex provides death certificate translations online.

Getting your foreign death Certificates ready for translation In the US

  1. Use the detailed version of the death certificate with an official seal.
  2. It should have the full name of the deceased, birth date, birthplace, cause and place of death.
  3. Find a skilled translator to translate it into English.
  4. The translation needs to be certified or officially confirmed as correct.
  5. Lastly, get the translated paper officially stamped or notarized if required by the official organization to submit the death certificate.

Who can translate a death certificate for immigration?

It's best to have an experienced certified translator perform immigration document translations. Languex has the translators to handle your translation needs for immigration.

Can I translate the death certificate for USCIS?

No, USCIS requires using a professional third-party translation service, not yourself. Languex translators are trained to meet USCIS translation requirements.

Do translated death certificates need to be notarized for USCIS?

The death certificate translation should be certified, but it doesn’t necessarily need to be notarized. USCIS does not require notarized death certificate translations; however, if you do need a notarized translation, the Languex team has got you covered

Can you translate a death certificate?

It won't be legally valid. Using a professional certified translator is best for accuracy. Languex provides professional death certificate translations.

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How Much Does Death Certificate Translation Cost?

The cost of translating a death certificate can vary based on several factors, including the language pair, complexity, and additional services like notarization or expedited delivery.

At Languex, we pride ourselves on offering quality translations at competitive prices. Our pricing model is straightforward, starting at $24.50 per page. We don't believe in hidden charges or complicated pricing tiers. Whether you need a translation for USCIS compliance, educational applications, or any other reason, our cost remains consistent.

Our fee includes a free Certificate of Translation, often required for legal or immigration processes. Additional services like notarization and express delivery are available for a nominal extra charge. You can select additional Options in the checkout.

How Do You Notarize a Death Certificate Translation?

Notarizing a death certificate translation is another service at Languex. Our notarized translations comply with all legal standards, giving you the peace of mind you need for legal or immigration processes.

How Long Does It Take to Translate a Death Certificate?

We understand that time is of the essence. That's why at Languex, our standard turnaround time is 24 hours. We also offer express options for those who have more urgent needs.

What Information is Needed to Translate a Death Certificate?

We require a clear and legible copy of the original death certificate to ensure the highest accuracy. This allows us to provide a translation that meets all necessary standards and requirements.

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