Deposition Interpreter Services

Deposition Interpreters & Deposition Translators in Any Foreign Language

Looking for a deposition interpreter or a deposition translator in a rare, exotic, hard-to-find, unusual, or a common language for an on-site live deposition; an arbitration interpreter for an on-site arbitration; or a court interpreter for a proffer meeting? Needing a deposition interpreter with a high level of sophistication for a remote video deposition in a major commercial case to be taken via Zoom, CourtCall, Webex, Vertitext, and other video deposition platforms, or a telephone deposition interpreter?  There’s a growing need for accurate legal interpreting services for legal depositions, ADR, international arbitration, union arbitration proceedings, and investigation interviews.  Whether you’re bringing in a witness for a civil deposition in Denver, Colorado, USA; in New York City; in Atlanta, Georgia; in Los Angeles, California, or across the world, need help understanding the foreign language e-discovery documents you’ve just received, or are trying to hold your own during cross-examination, you need the very best deposition interpreter service in Mandarin Chinese; Japanese; Spanish; Norwegian; Anuak; Korean; Ningbo; Shanghainese; Amharic; Hebrew; Japanese; Punjabi; Krahn; Arabic; Italian; Persian; Tagalog; Russian; Mongolian; Wolof; Bengali; Khmer; Nepali; Cantonese Chinese; Kunama; Igbo; Zomi; Farsi; Sinhala; Jamaican Patois/ Jamaican Creole/ Jamaican Patwah/ Jamaican Patwa; Pulaar; Uzbek; Greek; Tigrinya; Albanian; Telugu; Gujarati; French; Tamil; Somali; Fuzhou/ Foochaw; Hungarian; Malay; Yoruba; Hakha Chin; Ngambay; Tibetan; Indonesian; Nyanja/ Chichewa; Kambaata; Dinka; Kurdish; Hungarian; Sudanese Arabic; Armenian; Thai; Southern Fukienese /Minnan/ Fujian, and other languages. After all, deposition translator and deposition interpreter services require knowledge of legal systems, legal documentation, legal terminology, and legalese, and as much precision as legal document translation services for translating contracts and agreements, financial statements, e-Discovery and IP translation online. When it comes to courtroom interpreting, conference interpreting, and out-of-court legal deposition translation services for foreign and domestic litigation, nothing can be left to chance!

Luckily, you’re in the right spot… All Language Alliance, Inc. has the experienced deposition interpreters, deposition translators, court-certified legal interpreters, diplomatic interpreters, federal court interpreters, State Department certified interpreters, registered court interpreters, licensed court interpreters and professionally qualified interpreters who are available to provide remote video deposition interpreting services for a virtual deposition using Video remote interpreting (VRI), and Over-the-phone interpreting (OPI), and on-site in-person face-to-face deposition interpreting services!

Deposition Interpreters with Legal Translating Expertise

We’ve spent more than two decades offering nationwide on-site deposition interpreter services for legal professionals in Denver, New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Miami, Houston, Santa Clara, Dallas, San Diego, and around the world, in Hong Kong, Taipei, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Bangkok, and Seoul. We can provide on site deposition translators in the foreign language you need in a variety of high-demand, exotic languages and rare dialects.  And we can offer you services of a competent deposition interpreter for a remote video deposition; an experience deposition interpreter for over-the-phone interpreting services (OPI), also known as remote interpreting, if there’s not an on-site legal interpreter located in your specific area, or when only a telephone interpreter is available for a particular exotic language. That means you have access to the very best deposition interpreters no matter where you are!

And when we say “the very best deposition interpreters“, we mean it.

As you would expect, our on-site and over-the-phone legal interpreters are court-certified. In addition to court-certified interpreters, we provide conference and seminar interpreters with the U.S. Department of State credentials, licensed interpreters, credentialed court interpreters, as well as registered interpreters and professionally qualified legal interpreter services in the languages for which there are no court-certified interpreters in the United States. All of our legal interpreters adhere to the Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility of the judiciary interpreters and translators. And, of course, each deposition interpreter will keep all of your information completely confidential. Those are the basics in our industry.

But here at All Language Alliance, Inc. we don’t believe in only doing the basics when providing live and phone deposition interpreter and translator services. We like to take things a step further…

Certified Court Interpreters for On-Site Deposition Interpretation

We pride ourselves on being true deposition interpreting experts. In addition to the countless depositions; ITC trial proceedings; inter partes review (IPR) patent challenge proceedings; examinations under oath; examinations before trial (EBTs); insurance SIU (Special Investigative Unit) investigations; recorded statements; international arbitrations; proffer meeting interpreting for the U.S. attorneys offices nationwide; attorney-client meetings; IMEs (“independent medical/ mental examinations”); Rule 35 Physical and Mental Examinations, vocational evaluations and assessments; deposition preps; FCEs (“functional capacities examinations”); Title IX investigations; green card immigration interviews; the USCIS naturalization and adjustment of status interviews; court hearings and trials that we’ve interpreted, we run a law translation blog called “Translation for Lawyers”. And our CEO has published a white paper titled “A Lawyer’s Guide to Cross-Cultural Depositions”.

Plus, when our court translators interpret the live deposition testimony of your important fact witness or expert, or your ancillary witness, they also understand how the deponent’s words fit within the framework of your witness’ culture. After all, every language and dialect comes with certain nuances and worldviews. Using our spoken language interpreting services means never having to deal with misunderstandings or assumptions that could come back to haunt you in court later.

In other words, you can rest easy knowing that the legal depositions involving our deposition translators at in-person live deposition interpreting assignments, our phone deposition interpreter services for Over the Phone deposition interpretation, and our deposition interpreting services for Zoom remote video depositions will run as smoothly as possible.

Deposition Interpreter Services in Rare, Exotic and Common Languages

In addition to legal interpreter services in Mandarin Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese, Spanish to English, Indonesian, Somali, our on-site deposition interpreters, legal over-the-phone interpreters and Zoom deposition interpreters specialize in virtually any language you can imagine, including hard-to-find languages of lesser (limited) diffusion! We’re deposition translation experts in everything from Cantonese to Swahili, from Farsi to Romanian, from Indonesian to Mandinka, from Punjabi to Tigrinya, from Filipino to Bulgarian, from Somali to Polish, from Hebrew to Dutch, from Czech to Pashto, from Sinhala to Somali, from Italian to Nepali, from Uzbek to Nyanja, from Hakha Chin to Jamaican Patwah, and more.

Trying to find legal deposition interpreters like these on your own for Zoom deposition interpretation, telephone interpreting and for face-to-face on-site interpretation is much harder than you think, because many exotic and less common languages aren’t included in any of the court interpreter certification exams. If you’re wondering whether we can handle the language that YOU need, simply contact us via phone or email, and we’ll connect you with the perfect legal interpreter for out-of-court interpretation assignment, an informal deposition, or a formal deposition!

How much will it cost to hire our China deposition interpreter, Mongolian conference interpreter, Russian deposition interpreter, Japanese deposition interpreter, Korean deposition interpreter to provide interpreting services for on-site live depositions?

When you need an official, lead, or primary deposition interpreter (the interpreter of record), or a check interpreter, also known as “table interpreter,” “monitor interpreter,” “party interpreter,” “defense interpreter,” “private linguistic expert“, a deponent’s assisting interpreter, a litigative consultant, or a standby deposition interpreter for an in-person, oral deposition, contact All Language Alliance, Inc. to inquire about hiring a local deposition interpreter in Denver, CO, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Dallas, New York, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Taipei, and elsewhere. We’ll be happy to give you a no-obligation legal interpretation price quote.

Deposition Interpreters with a High Level of Sophistication for Remote Video Depositions

Contact our nationwide deposition interpreting company about all manner of urgent and time-sensitive legal interpretation services– from translating domestic depositions in the United States to mock depositions; from remote video depositions via Zoom and remote phone depositions to hybrid depositions (where some of the participants are together in the same location and other participants are present remotely) to foreign depositions taken in non-US venues.

Please fill out the green form “Hire a Certified Translator or Interpreter” on the right side of this page. Your clients deserve the very best China deposition interpreter; Ethiopian interpreter; Canadian French interpreter; Québécois interpreter; French Canadian interpreter; Russian deposition interpreter certified by the U.S. State Department; Tagalog deposition interpreter; Japanese conference interpreter with the U.S. Department of State credentials; Korean interpreter; Moroccan Arabic (Darija) deposition interpreter, Ewe deposition interpreter; Swahili deposition interpreter; Norwegian Zoom deposition interpreter; Turkish Zoom deposition interpreter; Nepali interpreter; Mongolian interpreter for a proffer meeting; Indonesian remote simultaneous interpreter (RSI); Kunama interpreter; Rohingya deposition interpreter; a Ningbo dialect Chinese interpreter; Telugu interpreter; Spanish/English interpreters; Mennonite Low German (Plautdietsch; also spelled: Plattdeutsch) deposition interpreters; deposition interpreter fluent in the version of Krahn spoken in Tchien district of Liberia; Nyanja/Chewa deposition interpreters; Yoruba deposition interpreters; Ngambay interpreter; Portuguese deposition interpreter; Philippine Hokkien; Pennsylvania Dutch/ Amish German interpreters; Malayalam deposition intrepreter for legal/court assignments with experience in deposition interpretation services.  And All Language Alliance, Inc. is ready to provide remote deposition translators and interpreters for international video depositions via Video remote interpreting (VRI), Zoom video deposition interpreters, phone deposition interpreters for remote depositions, and in-person deposition translation services by highly qualified and experienced court interpreters!  We even provide multilingual interpreting services for Remote Online Closings (ROCs) to assist title and escrow companies with a real estate closing involving a foreign home buyer of real estate in the U.S.

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