Thai Birth Certificate Translation to English by Professional Translators
Translate your birth certificate to English and certify for U.S. Immigration
Certified English translation for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS, formerly, Immigration and Naturalization Service – INS) for your Green Card (permanent resident visa), U.S. citizenship, American passport, and other applications.
English translation by a third-party, independent professional translation agency
Your birth certificate is the most important document in applying for your Green Card, U.S. citizenship, American passport, and marriage.
Your birth certificate issued in Thailand is considered as your identification card. Especially after higher security measures introduced by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, you need your birth certificate when you apply for permanent resident visa (Green Card), fiancé visa (K-1 form), marriage visa, H1B visa and other immigration visas, American citizenship, U.S. Passport Agency, driver’s license from Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and others.
Contents of a common birth certificate
A typical birth certificate contains first, middle, and last name, maiden name (if married and changed last name), sex (gender – male or female, or boy or girl), father’s and mother’s name, date of birth, place of birth, name of issuing agency and place of registration, name and title of signing officer.
Who issues birth certificates in Thailand?
In many cases, registrar of municipality (Phichit, Lampang, and others) issue birth and marriage certificates
If you lost your birth certificate or need one for newborn, you may contact Consular of Royal Thai Embassy.
You need “certified" English translation of your birth certificate in hard copy
USCIS, U.S. Passport Office, and many other public and private organizations require “certified translation” of your birth certificate by a third-party, independent translation agency in original format. Photocopies or electronic copies are not accepted.
You will receive “Certification by Translator” document printed on our corporate letterhead with our authorized signature, raised (embossed) corporate seal and stamps with a statement as required by the USCIS, U.S. Passport Office, and other organizations.