What might be needed when going into court needing an interpreter?
- Make sure you have a qualified interpreter, who is knowledgeable in both necessary languages.
- To provide your interpreter form G-1256 to the immigration officer on the day of the appointment. This allows you to request an interpreter for your USCIS interview, but do not sign the document until the day of court when everyone is present at the hearing.
- If you have questions pertaining to your specific case, be sure to address them with your immigration attorney. Most translators are not certified to assist with any case or court information.
How long does it take USCIS to make a decision after interview 2020?
The court has 120 days to make a decision regarding the submitted application.
Can anyone become an interpreter?
All that is needed to become an interpreter is to have a high school diploma or equivalent, being 18 years old or older, to prove bilingualism and literacy through proficient language testing. As well as, providing a certification for professional interpreter training, with at least 40 hours of training.