Becoming a Contract Interpreter
An independent contractor is expected to be an operating business. Therefore, when you work with IU, we are actually contracting with your business, rather than your private identity.
Information for Independent Contractors
Examples of Documentation to Show You Are a Business
|· Business License||· FEIN Tax Number|
|· Your Own Business Cards||· Advertising Material|
|· LLC Documentation||· C-Corp Documentation|
|· S-Corp Documentation|
We accept resumes from experienced interpreters and translators to receive work on an as-needed basis. Only qualified linguists are taken into consideration for assignments. Please be sure to include any and all credentials, certifications and references.
Please send all of the above information to email@example.com
Interpreters–If there is a need for your specialization, you will be contacted by a representative.
If you have any questions about Interpreters Unlimited, please contact us at (800) 726-9891.
Information for Medical and Legal Interpreters
IU contracts medical interpreters for appointments on an as-needed basis for healthcare facilities across the country. IU’s contracted medical interpreters adhere to the guidelines formulated by California Healthcare Interpreting Association (CHIA). If you need information on how to become a certified healthcare interpreter, please visit the CHIA website.
Court Certified Interpreters
IU supplies attorneys, mediators, and other practitioners in the legal industry with professional and experienced interpreters. For information on how to become a Court Certified interpreter visit your local Judicial Council website.