My child under 18 has a dual Austrian/Russian nationality and lives in Austria. I'm considering applying for a UK Standard Visitor Visa for them (as a Russian citizen) if it looks like they (as an Austrian citizen) can't travel to the UK visa-free shortly after Brexit.
I'm going to attach their translated birth certificate to the application, but I'm not sure how to go about translating this particular birth certificate, because it consists of:
Page 1: original in German (front), apostille (back)
Page 2: certified translation into Russian with the Russian Embassy's stamp re: Russian citizenship (front), Russian Embassy's stamps re: issued passports (back)
Page 3: a statement from the translator about the correctness of the Russian translation.
The three pages are bound together by the translator's stamp.
So the questions are:
- what pages (or all of them?) should be translated into English for the UK visa center?
- is it possible (advisible) to attach the English certified translation to the original of such a birth certificate (possibly damaging the Russian translator's stamp)?