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In partnership with SOSI, Interpretrain is actively screening interpreters to work in immigration court.

To qualify for a phone interview, the main requirement is at least 1-year interpreting experience in a legal setting, such as (but not limited to):

Depositions

Trials

Examinations

Workers' Compensation Hearings

Legal Consultations

Arbitration Hearings

Judicial Proceedings

Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs)

Legal Conferences

Attorney-Client Meetings

Mediations

Pre-Sentence Interviews

Correctional Facility Visits

Driver's License Exams

Social Services Appointments

Probation Hearings

If you have the required experience, please submit your resume to info@interpretrain.com, along with your mailing address.

Once Interpretrain approves your resume, we'll mail you a COMPLIMENTARY copy of our,  'Note-Taking Manual: A Study Guide for Interpreters and Everyone Who Takes Notes'

If your resume meets SOSI's criteria, one of their representatives will contact you to schedule a phone interview.

Have any questions? Feel free to call us at 917-887-6741 

Interpretrain is here to support your professional goals!