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Do-It-Yourself Request for Interpreter

If you don't speak or understand English very well, you can ask the court for an interpreter. Use this tool to draft a form to ask the court to get an interpreter for you. You can also use this tool to draft the form you use to ask someone to review the court’s denial of your request for an interpreter. You will go to the Law Help Interactive website to do this.  After you answer the questions, your finished form will be ready to print.

If you want blank versions of these forms to fill in on your own, you can download a copy from the Michigan One Court of Justice website. For the Request and Order for Interpreter form, there is an English-only version, and there are bi-lingual versions of the form in Arabic; Chinese (simplified); Korean; Serbo-Croatian; Spanish; and Vietnamese.

For the Review of Request for Interpreter and Order form, there is an English-only version, and there are bi-lingual versions of the form in Arabic; Chinese (simplified); Korean; Serbo-Croatian; Spanish; and Vietnamese.