Our interpreters will facilitate your conversations with people who have limited English proficiency during appointments involving health care or legal matters, during community and business meetings, or during social events and recreational tours. We also can provide sign language interpreters, in-person and via video-remote.
If you are in need of a written translation from English into another language, or vice versa, we are able to assist you with that as well!
For a FREE quote for your translation project, please go to : www.superiortranslations.com
We have access to interpreters for all 80 world languages
by phone or video-remote, if the broadband connection at you location can support a secure video streaming service.
IN-PERSON, face-to-face interpretation, is also available.
Depending on interpreter availability for the date and time you are requesting, the 47 languages listed below are available in the NE Minnesota / NW Wisconsin region. Travel outside the local Duluth-Superior-Hermantown metro area to provide face-to-face interpretation will be invoiced.
ASL (American Sign Language) ~ Albanian ~ Amharic ~ Arabic ~ Bosnian ~
Cebuano ~ Chinese : Cantonese, Fujanese, Mandarin, Taiwanese ~ Croatian ~
Dutch ~ Farsi ~ Filipino ~ Finnish ~ French ~ German ~ Greek ~ Hindi ~ Hmong ~ Ibo / Igbo ~ Italian ~ Japanese ~ Kapampangan ~ Korean ~ Laotian ~ Lingala ~ Monte Negro ~ Nepali ~ Ojibwe ~ Oromo ~ Persian ~ Polish ~ Portuguese ~ Russian ~ Serbian ~ Slovenian ~ Somali ~ Spanish ~ Swahili ~ Tagalog ~ Tajik ~ Thai ~ Turkish ~ Ukrainian ~ Vietnamese ~ Waray
Each of our interpreters apply these standards at all times during medical, legal, business, and personal appointments.
To enable other parties to know precisely what each speaker said.
To honor the private and personal nature of health care interactions and maintain trust among all parties.
To eliminate the effect of interpreter bias or preference.
To acknowledge the inherent dignity of all parties in the interpreted encounter.
To facilitate communication across cultural differences.
To uphold the public's trust in the interpreting profession.
To clarify the scope and limits of the interpreting role, in order to avoid conflicts of interest.
To attain the highest possible level of competence and service.
To prevent harm to parties that the interpreter serves.
1346 W. Arrowhead Rd - Suite 328, Duluth, MN 55811, United States
Training facility and VRI studio are both located at the Duluth Hub
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