About First Coast Sign Language Interpreting Services

 Based in Jacksonville, Florida, it is the mission of our Agency to facilitate accurate communication between parties. We provide qualified and certified interpreters with the goal of assisting companies in mitigating risks and liabilities while broadening their clientele base whose primary language is not English.

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The goal of our Agency is to facilitate accurate communication between parties that speak different languages by providing qualified and certified interpreters. We strive to assist companies by mitigating risk and liability while broadening their clientele base to customers whose primary language is not English.

What Separates First Coast Sign Language Interpreting from Other Translation Service Providers?

Businesses must follow federal civil rights laws and cannot discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. Our agency facilitates communication for business that have clients in which their primary language is not English by providing interpreters for American Sign Language and Spoken Languages.

We also provide document translation services for written materials and legal documents. First Coast Sign Language Interpreting, LLC is committed to helping companies mitigate risk and liability by becoming their Language Service Provider.

An Interpreter is a qualified professional who facilitates communication between people who speak or sign a different language. They take a spoken or sign language and convert it accurately and objectively into another language to enable communication between two parties who do not share a common language.

A Certified interpreter has been tested and screened through a national registry and proven
competent and qualified to work as an interpreter. A person may be qualified if shown proficiency through an agency or screening panel. A person may know  a language but not be in compliance with professional codes of conduct which is vital in professional interpreting.

Absolutely! Especially if said provider is open to everyone. If a facility receives any government funding they must provide for your needs.