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What if the claimant's documents are not in English or French?

What if the claimant's documents are not in English or French?

What if the claimant's documents are not in English or French?

The claimant will need to have documents translated if they are not in English or French. Each translation should include the translator's name and the language (and dialect, if any) that the documents are translated from. The translator should include a signed statement saying that the translation is accurate.


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