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I received a letter (for my husband) from USCIS for an Interview on Sep 15th (for AOS) and its says there that if you don't speak English to bring an interpeter with you..... well my husband doesn't speak English but I do speak English fluently and I was wondering can I just come along with him and interpeter for him?? or do we have to get an interpeter seperately for him?? and what kind of interpeter can we get? can my sister come and interpeter??

Please Help, I'm worried :(


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Hi VJ memers

I received a letter (for my husband) from USCIS for an Interview on Sep 15th (for AOS) and its says there that if you don't speak English to bring an interpeter with you..... well my husband doesn't speak English but I do speak English fluently and I was wondering can I just come along with him and interpeter for him?? or do we have to get an interpeter seperately for him?? and what kind of interpeter can we get? can my sister come and interpeter??

Please Help, I'm worried :(

I think you are ok to just go with him, assuming they just want to communicate and not test the relationship. Call or email the field office and ask them.


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Hi VJ memers

I received a letter (for my husband) from USCIS for an Interview on Sep 15th (for AOS) and its says there that if you don't speak English to bring an interpeter with you..... well my husband doesn't speak English but I do speak English fluently and I was wondering can I just come along with him and interpeter for him?? or do we have to get an interpeter seperately for him?? and what kind of interpeter can we get? can my sister come and interpeter??

Please Help, I'm worried :(

He will not need an interpreter. Everyone at the consulate speaks fluent Russian, Ukrainian and English, he can choose which language he wants the interview in.


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Hi VJ memers

I received a letter (for my husband) from USCIS for an Interview on Sep 15th (for AOS) and its says there that if you don't speak English to bring an interpeter with you..... well my husband doesn't speak English but I do speak English fluently and I was wondering can I just come along with him and interpeter for him?? or do we have to get an interpeter seperately for him?? and what kind of interpeter can we get? can my sister come and interpeter??

Please Help, I'm worried :(

He will not need an interpreter. Everyone at the consulate speaks fluent Russian, Ukrainian and English, he can choose which language he wants the interview in.

You mean it is not a MUST to speak English at the interview?


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Hi VJ memers

I received a letter (for my husband) from USCIS for an Interview on Sep 15th (for AOS) and its says there that if you don't speak English to bring an interpeter with you..... well my husband doesn't speak English but I do speak English fluently and I was wondering can I just come along with him and interpeter for him?? or do we have to get an interpeter seperately for him?? and what kind of interpeter can we get? can my sister come and interpeter??

Please Help, I'm worried :(

He will not need an interpreter. Everyone at the consulate speaks fluent Russian, Ukrainian and English, he can choose which language he wants the interview in.

Looks like they are talking about an AOS interview in the States, not an interview at the consulate...


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Hi VJ memers

I received a letter (for my husband) from USCIS for an Interview on Sep 15th (for AOS) and its says there that if you don't speak English to bring an interpeter with you..... well my husband doesn't speak English but I do speak English fluently and I was wondering can I just come along with him and interpeter for him?? or do we have to get an interpeter seperately for him?? and what kind of interpeter can we get? can my sister come and interpeter??

Please Help, I'm worried :(

Congratulations on receiving your interview letter already.Its adviceable to bring your interpreter .I read somewhere here that a spouse interpreting for another is usually considered as answering questions for he or she.If you can find someone ,i will go for it.

What supporting documentations did they asked you to bring,if i may ask?

Goodluck ,

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Please note it was two years since I went through the process but I am fairly sure the interview does have to be conducted in English and that a translator IS required if he cannot speak English clearly.

In addition I seem to remember from the interview notice that it CANNOT be a) you or B) a family member. It does not have to be an official translator but I think it does has to be someone not related to either of you.

I stand to be corrected.

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Hi VJ memers

I received a letter (for my husband) from USCIS for an Interview on Sep 15th (for AOS) and its says there that if you don't speak English to bring an interpeter with you..... well my husband doesn't speak English but I do speak English fluently and I was wondering can I just come along with him and interpeter for him?? or do we have to get an interpeter seperately for him?? and what kind of interpeter can we get? can my sister come and interpeter??

Please Help, I'm worried :(

He will not need an interpreter. Everyone at the consulate speaks fluent Russian, Ukrainian and English, he can choose which language he wants the interview in.

I think this is AOS stateside.


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Hi VJ memers

I received a letter (for my husband) from USCIS for an Interview on Sep 15th (for AOS) and its says there that if you don't speak English to bring an interpeter with you..... well my husband doesn't speak English but I do speak English fluently and I was wondering can I just come along with him and interpeter for him?? or do we have to get an interpeter seperately for him?? and what kind of interpeter can we get? can my sister come and interpeter??

Please Help, I'm worried :(

He will not need an interpreter. Everyone at the consulate speaks fluent Russian, Ukrainian and English, he can choose which language he wants the interview in.

Looks like they are talking about an AOS interview in the States, not an interview at the consulate...

:blush::bonk:

sorry, I was reading it in Ukrainian. My Ukrainian is a bit rusty. My Russian is much better. :lol:

Yes, you can ask for an interpreter or call ahead and ask if you can do so. They CAN allow you to be the interpreter.


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