NYS Agencies provide Translation & Interpretation Services
Last October, Governor Cuomo signed an executive order directing 43 state agencies to provide translation and interpretation services for individuals with limited English proficiency. The order is now in effect, and the state agencies are required to provide spoken translation for certain services and written translations of vital documents into New York’s six most common languages: Spanish, traditional Chinese, Russian, Haitian-Creole, Korean, and Italian.
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