NeuroPhysicist Posted August 21, 2013 Share Posted August 21, 2013 Hi, I found today that my undergrad university can help me by certifying my transcripts if I translate them myself, thus helping me to save lots of money. However, the name of the university, the university's address, and the official stamp (the one that says "dean of the undergraduate comission" below his signature) will still be in my native language, since the university cannot use English stamps. All the other informations can be translated. Anyone knows if that is a problem to the universities in USA? Since I'll translate them myself, I do not know how it's usually done. Or is it safe to ask them one by one? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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