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15. What if I do not speak English?

Posted on Jan 13, 2017 in

All ADLRO business is conducted in English, and all ADLRO hearings are in English.  If you do not speak English, the ADLRO will provide an interpreter for you, at no cost to you. 

If you have questions or need information from the ADLRO, and you identify the language that you speak, the ADLRO can call a telephonic interpreter in your language to translate.  If you have a hearing and would like an interpreter, you should request an interpreter for your language as soon as possible in order to give the ADLRO time to arrange for the interpreter at your hearing.

Language identification cards for the most common non-English languages spoken in Hawai’i are available through Language Access Services.