No USCIS does not do that. The translator simply attaches a document that essentially provides " I, state your name, certify that I am competent to translate from what language to English and English to what language. I have translated the document to the best of my ability." The sign the document, date it and provide contact information.
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The translator provides an attestation that he/she is authorized to provide certified translations.
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The translator certifies that what he is translating is true. Nothing further is required.
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certified translators are not required. The only qualification is that the person has knowledge of both languages.
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