Interpretation And Translation
Interpreters and translators are vital to immigration cases. Interpreters translate speech, and translators translate written documents. An attorney may need the help of one or both.
Prior training and/or certifications are not required to volunteer as an interpreter or translator with the Immigration Justice Campaign, we require only a letter of recommendation. The materials below provide practical guidance for volunteer interpreters and translators.
Volunteering as an Interpreter or Translator with the Campaign
Immigration Court Basics for Interpreters and Translators
Best Practices in Interpretation
Watch this recorded training on Best Practices in Interpretation hosted by Certified Medical Interpreter and Professor of Modern Languages, Robin Ragan. This training covers a variety of topics including modes of interpretation, challenges of interpretation, roles of interpreters, and more.
Required Document for Translators
Watch the recording of this Immigration Justice Campaign training with social worker Aimee Miller on best practices for working with survivors of trauma
Index of SamplesReview our collection of sample resources.
The American Immigration Council warns non-citizens to guard against spoofing phone calls from ill-intended individuals seeking to create panic among our immigrant community. To learn more, please go to scam.immigrationcouncil.org.