Thanks for taking time to comment. My personal take in Court Interpreting is that it is rewarding (70.000/year) but the process of passing the test is very trying. My advise if you have the time is to start by getting either medical or Administrative hearing certifications and work from there to eventually get the court Interpretr certification. Remember that most of court interpretation is criminal law...
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