EXPERTISE

We believe that everyone deserves to receive services in their native language, if needed, to make sound and crucial decisions.

Specialities

Medical

We work with doctors, nurses, healthcare providers in hospitals, clinics, emergency rooms. This is a big field in interpreting with an increasing need. Being a medical interpreter is a highly technical art. Our ultimate goal in any session is the well-being of the patient which is always the favorable outcome.

Legal

We work with law firms at attorney-client meetings on immigration cases and hearings and court cases. These are usually long meetings with many technicalities and legalize that we are trained to navigate. You might have identified a need to optimize the time of your sessions and the only thing you might be missing is an easier time understanding your client.

Community

Social services are the heart of helping the community. Organizations that serve people from different cultural backgrounds, walks of life and needs often need to breach the communication barrier. Deaf and limited-English people need more assistance and we can help you making your cases smoother. We keep our services personable while remaining impartial, it is a well-refined skill we possess.

Specialities

Medical

We work with doctors, nurses, healthcare providers in hospitals, clinics, emergency rooms. This is a big field in interpreting with an increasing need. Being a medical interpreter is a highly technical art. Our ultimate goal in any session is the well-being of the patient which is always the favorable outcome.

Legal

We work with law firms at attorney-client meetings on immigration cases and hearings and court cases. These are usually long meetings with many technicalities and legalize that we are trained to navigate. You might have identified a need to optimize the time of your sessions and the only thing you might be missing is an easier time understanding your client.

Community

Social services are the heart of helping the community. Organizations that serve people from different cultural backgrounds, walks of life and needs often need to breach the communication barrier. Deaf and limited-English people need more assistance and we can help you making your cases smoother. We keep our services personable while remaining impartial, it is a well-refined skill we possess.

Business

In order to work out business deals, many meetings take place while a relationship is built. Having an interpreter with you along the way, to make sure that cultural nuances are captured is key. Professional interpretation can help you close deals faster with your foreign business partners, as we put all the parties at ease to discuss and negotiate as needed.

Education

Our interpreters are well versed in the educational system, in fact many of them have experience working directly with the Department of Education in New York. Incorporating interpretation services will help not only orient your students, but also their parents who might not feel as involved in their children’s education because of their limited knowledge of English.

Government

Create no room for error as a governmental agency by getting interpretation services that have from the Department of Human Services (DHS) and Department of Social and Human Services (DSHS). In having sessions conducted with interpreters you are doing the right thing and following the law.

Certification

Medical Certification

Our interpreters are certified with the National Board of Medical Interpreters as CMI or with the Commission of Certified Healthcare Interpreters, CoreCHI/CHI. They have at least 3 years of experience in the field. This requires you to have completed a 40-hour Bridging-the-gap course load and have more than 100 hours of experience in medical interpretation and other prerequisites.

Legal Certification

For legal or court situations, interpreters selected are Federal Court Interpreter Certification program. Familiarity and training in these areas is important to relate details of every story, as small or as little are they may seem.

Registry Certification

Our sign language interpreters are nationally certified through the Registry Interpreters for the Deaf (RID). In addition to strict requirements, a minimum 80 hours of professional development over four years and adhering to the RID Code of Professional Conduct are required in order to obtain this certification.