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Language Access Plan

The Language Access Plan states how OATH will help people who do not speak English understand what is being said when they come to this administrative law court. For example, the plan states that if you need an interpreter for your hearing, we will provide one free of charge.

Review OATH’s Language Access Implementation Plan (updated June 7, 2024)

Marisa L. Senigo, OATH's Deputy Commissioner for Public Affairs & Communications, is OATH's Language Access Coordinator. If you have questions or concerns related to translation or interpretation services that are provided by OATH you can contact the Language Access Coordinator by submitting this contact the Commissioner form and choosing “Language Access Inquiry/Complaint” on the Message Topic dropdown menu.