In need of document translation services to update all of your important documents?

OJAG, Code-16

Through its document translation services, Military OnceSource (www.militaryonesource.com) provides for the translation of legal documents such as leases, marriage licenses, adoption paperwork, and school transcripts for servicemembers and their families. Upon the user’s request, translations will be certified, notarized as necessary, and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

Those eligible for Military OneSource services include:
􀂃 Active-duty service members in the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Air Force and their immediate family members.
􀂃 National Guard and Reserve members — regardless of activation status — and their immediate family members (includes members of the Individual Ready Reserve).
􀂃 Separating service members and their immediate family members for up to six months following their separation.
􀂃 DoD Civilians on the staff of installation support services/offering support services to service members and their family (Airman and Family Readiness Centers, Army Community Service, Family Assistance Centers, etc.) when translation of documents if for their own, individual situation (as described above). Civilian service eligibility does not include face-to-face consultation, or telephonic or online Short-Term Solution-Focused consultation.

If you submit a qualifying document via the preferred method (e-mail), and if the document has less than 5,000 words, you will receive your translation within a few business days.

Documents that are nonstandard in nature, or are not in good condition, or are longer than 5,000 words generally require more time. There is a 20-page limit per qualifying document.

To get started, call a Military OneSource translation consultant at 1-800-342-9647. From outside the U.S. and Canada, call 1-800-3429-6477 or call collect 484-530-5908. Be sure to have the document that you want to have translated with you when you make this call.

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Navy JAG Corps
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