EOIR News Bulletin: NLRB Rules SOSi EOIR Interpreters Are Employees

Officials at the National Labor Relations Board have found that immigration court interpreters should be considered employees rather than independent contractors. The determination is a major – though preliminary – win for our Guild, which has been working to help immigration interpreters fight for their job rights. Lawyers for IGA’s local, the Pacific Media Workers

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ATA In San Francisco Offers IGA Opportunity To Connect

The IGA booth at the ATA Convention offered a great chance to meet with up old friends and colleagues and make lots of new friends. IGA’s message of unity and empowerment for the independent interpreter and translator is having a terrific impact throughout our industry. IGA’s plans to travel across the country and promote membership and support for

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