Translation Services Templates

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This document is used for translating official documents in Florida. It is an affidavit form that affirms the accuracy of the translation.

This form is used for translating a birth certificate into English. It helps individuals who need an English version of their birth certificate for various purposes such as immigration, education, or employment.

This form is used for documenting contact with limited English proficient (LEP) individuals. It helps ensure effective communication and understanding between the individual and the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).

This form is used for requesting translation services from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). It is for individuals who require translation assistance for documents or information related to health and medical topics.

This document is a notification for the Initial Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) meeting in Missouri, which is translated into Farsi.

This type of document provides information about the cost participation requirements for families in Missouri, specifically for Somali speakers.

This document is used to request interpreter services in the state of Nevada. It helps individuals who do not speak English or have limited English proficiency to communicate effectively in various settings such as legal proceedings, medical appointments, or government services.

This document is a complaint form specifically designed for residents of New York who speak Chinese. It allows individuals to express their grievances or provide feedback regarding access to services in their preferred language.

This Form is used for Serbo-Croatian-speaking individuals in Washington to make a referral for supported employment services through DSHS.

This Form is used for submitting an Affidavit of Translator in the province of British Columbia, Canada. It is used to provide evidence that a translator has accurately translated a document from one language to another.

This document is a complaint form for reporting language services issues in Pennsylvania courts. It is available in both English and Spanish, allowing individuals to file complaints about a lack of language services during court proceedings.

This document is a Home Language Survey (HLS) specific to Rhode Island residents who identify as Cape Verdean. The survey is used to determine the primary language spoken at home.

This Form is used for filing a language access complaint in New York, specifically for those who speak Yiddish.

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