Where will my letter be translated?

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If I write a letter on my own stationary, will it get translated? Should I include space for translation?
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Meici Y

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Yes, your letter will be translated if you use your own stationary. I usually leave the bottom half of the page blank for translation. Just be sure to include your child`s name, reference number and your sponsor number at the top of the page!
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Hi Meici! You are always welcome to get creative with your letters to your child and use your own stationary! This is a great way to make correspondence personal for your child. :) Leaving a blank space somewhere on your letter is very helpful for our translators in your child's country. Just as Kristen said, we will ensure it is translated and just ask that you place your sponsor number and child reference number on anything you send, to make sure it is processed correctly. Happy writing!

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