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I didn't need to get *anything* translated...not for the wedding, not even for changing my name...just FYI :) Don't go to the trouble unless you're absolutely required to!

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anyone else using WEDO.com for the translation and legalization of your documents?
are you sure thats the correct web address? when i pull it up, it's an ad placeholder site.

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I didn't need to get *anything* translated...not for the wedding, not even for changing my name...just FYI :) Don't go to the trouble unless you're absolutely required to!
but you got married in Mexico right? I think in Dominican it is req'd..or at least that's what the wedding coordinator tells me....

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keep in mind also that melissa is from canada, and therefore the rules may be different in the US. i know for certain that for immigration purposes, we need to have a certificate in english, however, we're having a legal ceremony in the US before we go to MX. Our catholic certificate will likely be in spanish which we will need to have translated for sure in order to baptize our kids in the church at some point.

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I am getting married in April in Punta cana and the wedding planner said it was needed to get married at the resort. I contacted Isabel at weddo and she says its required of the US guests. I just got all my stuff done this week and now im going to mail it out. She stated you need the orginals and translated copies to take the resort

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it's totally 100% required in the DR to get everything translated both before and after -- that's why we are doing the legal stuff here and just the symbolic ceremony in the DR. it's wwaayy expensive for the legal wedding and translations to do it the DR way (IMHO).

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