Sifuentes Language Solutions and Sifuentes Interpretation & Translation

(806) 341-1408

Language & Culture AmbassadorS 

Serving Texas and New Mexico

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We cover Texas and New Mexico,

the rest of the United States, as well as Mexico, Central and South America.

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Language Services

The most common language services we provide are related to the Judiciary.

Other services we provide are Community, Education, Government Agency, Social Service Agency, and Private Sector related, among others. We also provide interpreters for Native and Exotic Languages.


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INTERPRETATION​

Criminal and Civil Court Hearings

Depositions

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Mediations

Polygraph Examinations

Witness Preparation

Language Consultation

Expert Witness Testimony

Transcription Translation of Sound and Video files


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TRANSLATION (and Localization)

Transcription Translation of Sound and Video files

Legal Documents

Police Reports

Professional Writings

Common Language Writings

Websites

Presentations

Brochures

Newsletters


OTHER SPANISH & ARABIC LANGUAGE SERVICES

Interpretation and Translation of:

Psychological Evaluations

Conferences

Social Agencies' Services & Sessions

Medical Appointments

Medical Reports

Developmental Assessments

Individualized Family Service Plans for Early Childhood Intervention Programs

 Individual Education Plan for School Districts

Transition Meetings

Workers Compensation

Professional Meetings

Presentations


Please contact us using our contact form for specifics.

Court Hearings

Attorney/Client Privileged Information is better protected by having a Private Interpreter at your table.
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Depositions

An accurate interpretation or translation by a knowledgeable interpreter means an accurate record to present in court.

Mediations

A mediator conducting mediations in the participants' native language is the best option for avoiding a misunderstanding. Next to that, an interpreter native to the participants' language.

Conferences

There are different types of conferences in different fields. From Texas Commission for the Blind to Law Enforcement Academies, each requiring an interpreter with different set of skills.
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Meetings

All meetings are important. Some of them may deal with planning services or course of action; and others deal with complaints or controversies. Having an Interpreter will help avoid further misunderstandings due to language.

Evaluations

As any evaluator knows: Culture influences the results of the evaluations. This is more evident in psychological, polygraph, or social evaluations such as home studies.

Voiceover

Native Speakers of a language can easily tell where the voiceover actor was from on a dubbed movie since languages have dialects or regionalisms. Dr. Mohamed had the opportunity to do an Arabic voiceover project for the film The Men Who Stare at Goats, starring Ewan McGregor, George Clooney, and Kevin Spacey.

Transcription/Translation

Disputes over understanding what one person said in a foreign language is commonplace in the courtroom. Transcriptions and Translations from 911 calls to traffic stops to police wiretaps will be done by Court Interpreters who are native speakers of the language in question and will testify certifying the accuracy of the translation.

Document Translation

Understanding the legal jargon used in court documents is difficult enough. Adding the fact that they are in a language you do not speak, read, or write can be overwhelming for anyone. Motions for Discovery, Interrogatories, Waivers, Mediation agreements, and Witness Statements, to mention a few, need to be in your native language for litigation.