We have served thousands of clients who need their immigration, legal, marriage, and other personal certificates and documents translated for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Clients come to LIS for their certified translation needs because of our fast turnaround,attractive prices, and excellent customer service.
Common uses for Certified Translation include: U.S. Immigration (USCIS acceptance), high school and university application and enrollment, passport office usage, and many other local, state, and Federal government official uses. We translate academic transcripts for students from around the world to help them with their application to U.S. universities. We translate passports, birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, depositions, legal statements, driver's licenses, diplomas, academic transcripts, adoption papers, medical records, psychological evaluations, asylum statements, interviews, and many other personal documents for certified translation purposes.
Why Use LIS?
The Best Translators
LIS employs the best professional translators and linguists from around the world including many native speakers. Our process for hiring new translators is rigorous, we only allow a small percentage of applicants to join the LIS translation team.
Our team collectively has decades of translation experience combined with industry-specific expertise to provide you with understanding as well as translation. Our experience includes marketing, public relations, human resources, media, technology, business, immigration, and legal.
Straight Forward Pricing
Our pricing is affordable, easy to understand. Standard pricing Each page costs $40.00, with a maximum of 250 words per page. That's it!
Privacy & Security
The privacy and security of your documents is important to us. We take your trust seriously and have procedures in place to keep your documents private. We use 128-bit encryption to receive and send your data. Once at LIS, your documents are only accessible on a strict need-to-know basis. And our translators are held to strict nondisclosure guidelines.