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Successfully Prepare For Your Translation Projects
Your company takes pride in its products, services, and professionalism. Consider the time, costs, and effort that goes into running a successful business. When you need translation services for a current client or new strategic direction, the same qualification should also be held for your company documents that need translation.
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In-Person Interpreting Vs. Telephone Or Video Interpreting [Infographic]

Telephonic Interpreting, Technology, Popular, Interpreting

 

During this day and age, language services are likely to be essential to the success of your business. With instant global communication, increased cultural diversity, and the technology easing the ability to do business across borders, translation and interpreter services are more necessary now than they may have been before.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

How To Prepare For Successful Telephone Interpreting Services

Telephonic Interpreting

Telephone interpreting services allow for people to connect with one another all over the world. Internet has opened several doors but having the capability to access people through phone offers a wider range of audiences who are familiar with the technology making them feel more comfortable to communicate. This article will discuss the benefits of over the phone interpreting and how to prepare for the service for successful communication. 

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Brandon Choquette
Brandon Choquette

What Are The Pros And Cons Of Over The Phone Interpreting Services?

Telephonic Interpreting, Popular

Over the phone interpreting presents several inherent advantages; yet, there are a few disadvantages as well. While, there are certainly more advantages than disadvantages, it’s beneficial to research prospective services to gain a more clear picture of how it works. So, to help you determine if telephone interpreting is appropriate for an upcoming project, we’ve prepared a brief list of the pros and cons associated with this technology.

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Francesco Pagano
Francesco Pagano

How To Use Telephonic Interpreting For Better Immigration Interviews

Telephonic Interpreting


Unlike immigration court proceedings, USCIS does not provide you with an interpreter for your immigration interview; therefore, you must find your own interpreter for the interview.

Interpreting by telephone is efficient when the sole purpose of the participants is to gather simple facts and to have some questions answered with the assistance of an interpreter. This style of interpreting is acceptable in situations involving an exchange of raw data, getting facts, communicating ideas and sending or receiving specific information. This is the case with immigration interviews.

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Brandon Choquette
Brandon Choquette