I gather from these threads that if you have an European birth certificate, marriage license, etc. you do not need it officially translated for the RSI as documents from within any European country do not have this requirement according to the law. And indeed, I was married in Holland so no translation needed for my marriage certificate.
I was informed however that I had to have my birth certificate and apostille translated by a certified translator, in order to get into the French health care system. I am American and therefore have an American birth certificate.
I am confused as to the law. One gentleman stated that when you move from a European country to any other European country, you do not have to have your documents translated. I moved to France from Holland yet they are asking for this. Am I misinterpreting what he said?
Thanks for any help and links to the law