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Identity Theft of California Certified Court Interpreters

In light of the recent multiple cases of certified court interpreters being impersonated at depositions, AIJIC has sent through its counsel a Cease and Desist letter to the language service provider listed in the Proof of Service for all these depositions. Please click on the link below to read the letter.

Since this investigation is ongoing, the name of the language service provider has been redacted, although it has been disclosed in private Facebook interpreters groups. Also redacted for privacy reasons are the names of the interpreters who were impersonated and the court reporters who gave their declarations under oath attesting to these instances of identity theft. An update will be posted on our website once there are any new developments.

If you learn of any cases where a certified interpreter has been impersonated, please email us at info@aijic.org

2022-12-1 Cease and desist letter
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