According to the U.S. Department of State, Diversity Visa (DV) Lottery applicants are required to comply with all application regulations. All documents not in English must be accompanied by a certified translation.
Marriage certificate (if applicable)
Divorce decree (if applicable)
Death certificate of spouse (if applicable)
Police records from any place lived for more than six months since the age of 16
Military records (if applicable)
Court and prison records (if applicable)
High school diploma or equivalent certificate
As per the U.S. Department of State, the translator must be competent to translate. This implies that they should have a sufficient level of expertise and experience in translating official and legal documents. However, the State Department doesn't necessarily require the translator to have specific credentials or affiliations, as long as the translator can affirm their competency in the translation's attached statement.
The translated documents must include a certified statement from the translator attesting to the accuracy of the translation and the translator's competence. This statement should be signed and dated. Notarization or apostille of the translation is not specifically required by the U.S. Department of State for DV visa purposes.
However, it's advisable to check with the specific U.S. embassy in Cameroon when processing the application, as they may have additional requirements or preferences.
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