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    Hi I'm new at translating and spotted your sight last night. It was so helpful to me just reading past threads. Thank you for this site.

    My problem is a form question on a birth certificate from Guatemala that asks for a "Confronto:" and then appears a persons name. This is just below the Civil Registrars name. Is this just a second witness of sorts? How do I translate it...?

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    "Confronto" quiere decir cuando una persona compara documentos y da fe de que lo que consta en esos documentos esta bien.
    Avisame si necesitas algo mas

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    Default Re: New Translator-Birth Certificate from Guatemala

    Como complemento de mi post anterior

    I don't know the equivalent of confronto, but it means that an original document is before the person who compares a copy to its original, then he/she signs to swear to the genuity of the copy

    Ademas basicamente el termino hace referencia a alguien q da fe q la copia si corresponde al original y da fe de lo mismo

    Espero te haya quedado un poco mas claro. Saludos

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    Muchas gracias. I think 'verified by' would be a good equivalent then. I appreciate your input.

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