Interpreters for Business and Industry
Interpreter.com’s service is one of the latest innovations from Universal Calling Inc. As a pioneer in prepaid telecommunication, Universal Calling Inc. has delivered unparalleled quality, reliability, and service for more than a decade. Through its worldwide communication facilities in Houston, Irvine, Atlanta, and Chicago offices, the company provides exceptional telecom service at industry-low rates. Universal Calling’s divisions, which include CallingCards.com, ConferenceCalls.com, and more than 600 other telecommunication domains, deliver over 1 billion minutes each month.
- Communicate in any situation
- Save critical time in medical emergencies
- Improve your customer service
- Grow your international business
- Travel with confidence
- Solve problems with new insights
- Build relationships worldwide
- Expand your horizons
Health Care/ Medical
- Emergency Room and ICU
- House Calls
- Psychological exams and intakes
- WCAB, Social Security Hearings
- Rehab conferences
- Civil Trials
- Criminal Trials
- Immigration and Naturalization Services
- Social Security Administration
- Department of Health and Human Services
- Department of Justice
- 911 and Emergency Medical Call Center Services
- Law Enforcement Agencies
- Internal Revenue Service
- Department of Labor
- Crisis Intervention Centers, Life and Help Lines
- Military, State, and County Medical Centers and Health Departments
- U.S. Attorney Offices, District and Municipal Courts
- Department of Social Services
- Meetings and conference calls
- Online seminars
- Public forums
- Loan Applications
- Exchange Students
- Hospitality and Tourism
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Code of Ethics
Confidentiality between Interpreter and Client.
Any Interpreter's sole responsibility is interpreting. During the course of interpreting, he or she will refrain from giving advice, expressing any personal opinions, or doing anything else that might be considered an activity other than interpreting. Every U.S. Interpreter agrees to follow the spirit and letter of this Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct.