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About USCTS

USCTS is proudly a US-owned small business operated by folks born and raised in the United States of America. Some of our staff have years of US government and military service, and we continue to serve our country by becoming what is recognized as the best translation service for immigration, education, employment and all other needs.  We are committed to our American values and proud of our American heritage.  You can always count on USCTS!

We are not a "brick and motar" company as we are made up of a group of professionals working from their home offices around the world.  Our administrative office is in Melbourne Florida, and we use an Indialantic, Florida mailing address.

USCTS is all about preparing certified translations of documents and certificates from all over the world!  Order Now

Our Mission Statement

To translate for any person from any country to help them achieve their dreams.

Our Credentials

US Certified Translation Service is the "DBA" (doing business as) name of 1World Resources, Inc., a Corporation registered in the State of Florida, on May 1, 2003, under document number P03000048319. 

Our DBA name is registered in the State of Florida under # G06298900374.

US Certified Translation Service is licensed in the City of Melbourne, Florida under license # BTR 22178, and in Brevard County, Florida under license # 885032801.

1World Resources, Inc is a corporate member of the American Translators Association.

Why Choose USCTS?

Since the beginning of the 21st Century, US Certified Translation Service has led the way in the innovative preparation of certified translations. We were the first to offer a low-cost professional alternative to traditional translation service. Our concept, which has succeeded wonderfully, was revolutionary in the translation business. We offer a no-hassle way to easily and securely order a certified translation. We used standardized pricing for the certificate/document rather than the traditional way of counting words or pages. We offer same day or next day service, PDF copies of the certified translation by email, free priority mail delivery of the paper copies of the certified translation, and a 100% money back guarantee. This new approach to translation worked absolutely perfectly. Since our successful new way of doing translations started, other "copycat" companies have tried to copy our approach, but not one prepares certified translations better than USCTS or offers a better price for certified translation service. Period!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Who are you and where are you located?

U.S. Certified Translation Service is the company name for 1World Resources, Inc. which prepares certified English translations for the U.S.C.I.S. and other organizations. 1World Resources, Inc. is a corporation registered in the State of Florida doing business under the name U.S. Certified Translation Service, which is a licensed translation company in Brevard County and the City of Melbourne, in Florida.

Are your translators "certified?"

All of our translators, editors, and proofreaders have advanced degrees in their specialty. Which means they are more than fully competent to perform the translation. We do not use people who only think they are translators because they know more than one language. Neither the United States government nor the state governments certify translators. Unlike some other countries, neither the United States nor the states license so-called "sworn" translators. The American Translators' Association (ATA) does certify translators in individual language pairs. This is important for translators who do not have degrees in translation or interpretation; however, it is worth repeating that all of our translators have advanced degrees in their specialties.

How do you certify a translation?

All of our certified translations are certified in accordance with U.S. Government regulation 8 CFR 103.2 (b)(3). In fact, our certification process exceeds U.S.C.I.S. (immigration) requirements. They are printed on company letterhead, which has all of our company contact information. Depending on the intended use of the translation, either a translation manager or translator will sign the "certificate of accuracy" which states that the translation is accurate and has been proofread and formatted in accordance with US Government Regulations. If required and ordered by the client, a notary public also signs and seals the translation. The the final product exceeds USCIS requirements and is very professionally presented.

Your prices seem lower than other companies, why?

We do everything possible to fairly price our products except to cheat on quality. Our pricing structure is based on the hourly rate we pay the translators to do the work plus the cost of materials and notarization. Certified translations are our only business. We use the highest quality materials when producing your translation

What if I find a mistake in the translation?

In the unlikely event that you find a typographical or transcription error, let us know immediately and we will make the change and send you new translations.

Do you provide a guarantee?

We guarantee a 100% accurate translation that will be accepted by immigration and other Federal Government agencies. Please click on our Guarantee Policy for more information.

What do I do if I do not receive the translation in the mail?

All of our printed documents are mailed using USPS or FedEx tracking numbers.  If you choose free first class mail service, the translation will be mailed in a hard, flat envelope. This mail service may take up to 2 weeks to be delivered.  USPS Priority Mail usuallly takes 2-3 days, but may take longer.  FedEx is delivered the next business day.  Once your envelope is picked up by the USPS or FedEx, we no longer have any control over it.  If you provided us with the correct address and you do not receive your envelope, please check with the US Postal Service or FedEx.  Provide them with the tracking number, and they may be able to help you.  If we made a mistake in the printing of the mailing lable, we will mail another set of translations free of charge.  If you made a mistake in your mailing address, you will have to pay for the additional mailing.  If the USPS or FedEx indicates that the envelope was delivered and you did not receive it, check with your neighbors.

What do I do if my envelope and translation were damaged in transit?

In the extremely rare occurrence that your translation is damaged during transit, you must notify us and you must return the translation with all packaging materials to the following address: US Certified Translation Serivce, 274 E. Eau Gallie Blvd, Ste. 315, Indian Harbour Beach, FL 32937. After we receive the damaged items, we will mail/FedEx a new translation. We require the damaged items in order to file a claim with the USPS or FedEx.

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