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Getting Professional Translation of Your Ukrainian and Afghanistanian Documents For a Career as a US Educator

FIS-Getting professional translation of your Ukrainian and Afghanistanian documents for a career as a US educator

It may seem challenging to become a U.S. teacher or paraeducator, but a professional translation of your school transcripts from Ukraine or Afghanistan can help you succeed. Here is the fast track to get the best results.

The benefits of being a teacher in the U.S.

Every year, the United States has employment and faculty opportunities for people from Ukraine and Afghanistan who want to become teachers and paraeducators. Being an educator is a popular choice because U.S. teachers and staff enjoy regular paychecks. When you become a U.S. educator, after paying your living expenses, you may have money saved for remittances to send back to your family, or you may choose to spend it on improving your own life.

If you are interested in leading a classroom of American students, and you want to obtain a US work permit or work authorization, which may require a professional translation of your school transcript from the Ukrainian or Dari language or dialects to show that you are qualified.

Professional translation of transcript

If your transcript is not in English, then you will need a translation. While there are Ai or online translation options such as Google Translate, using computer translation means you run the risk of losing control of your privacy and having your personal information and intentions being broadcast on the internet. Also, machine learning options do not understand context and nuance, and the resulting computer translation may make you look incompetent and sloppy.

The better practice is to have a professional translation of your transcript from Ukrainian, Dari, Dari Persian, Pashto, Afghani, Russian or other language into English. The professional translator will match context, text, and industry terms to show you have the skills needed to succeed.

Good reputation with good reviews

To find the best professional translation company, look online for positive reviews that indicate the service has a good reputation. A high Google rating with many positive reviews is a good sign. Also look for a translations service that provides certified and notarized copies, in case you want the best choices for success.

More than just translations

There may be times when you need document translation of a birth or marriage certificate into English. Or you may need business translations of your academic thesis, financial documents, or marketing materials.

Many U.S. schools and employers will need to see a credential evaluation of your foreign education. This means they will want you to have your Ukrainian or Afghanistan transcript, degree, or diploma evaluated by a credential evaluation company to show the U.S.-equivalency of your achievements. They will compare your coursework and grades with similar academic programs in the U.S.

Look for a translation company that also provides credential evaluations and is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), so you can have the work performed by a single service that understands your needs and meets industry requirements.

Certified translations

Some U.S. government organizations require certified translations. This type of translation includes a note by the translator guaranteeing accuracy, along with the translator’s signature, contact details, and date. A company that has an American Translators Association (ATA) designation indicates the service meets their high standards and can provide you peace of mind.

The best translation companies offer certified translations, which are required by some U.S. government agencies, employers, schools, and licensing organizations.

You may need only a business translation, which does not include certification. A translation company that offers options can help you determine the right type of translation can save you time and money.

Choosing the Best Professional Translations for Documents from Ukraine and Afghanistan is easy!

FIS has an easy online process to provide professional translations of your documents from Ukraine or Afghanistan. Just upload your document and get started.

FIS is a corporate member of the American Translators Association (ATA). With hundreds of positive Google reviews, FIS has a high Google rating that testifies to superior levels of customer satisfaction.

With over four decades of credential evaluation experience helping people with education from around the world work and study in the US, Foundation for International Services (FIS) is a leading credential evaluation agency. FIS has a responsive staff with senior analysts using proprietary databases. FIS is a founding member of NACES, the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services.

FIS can provide professional translations and credential evaluation results to multiple schools, licensing boards and employers. FIS offers certified translation, notarization, and business translation of your documents into English, including academic records, and birth and marriage certificates. If you need an Expert Opinion for H-1B or other visas, FIS has a large network of recognized authorities ready to help and rush service is available.

All to advance your educator career in the US!

Getting professional translation of your Ukrainian and Afghanistanian documents for a career in the US educator industry is simple and smart!

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