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Field Op 2002-22: Right to an Interpreter (LEP)

Date: 
09/27/2002
Author: 
DTA

The Department, in conformance with federal law, is required to tell applicants and recipients of their right to interpretation services and provide interpreters to applicants and recipients whose primary language is not English (also known as limited English Proficient, (LEP)) or who use American Sign Language (ASL).

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