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Creole and English Speaking Interpreter Needed! Help an immigrant facing deportation!

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Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project

  • 4 people are interested


For over 15 years, Esperanza’s mission has been to inspire hope and advance social justice for Southern California’s most vulnerable immigrant and refugee communities. We do this through a combination of advocacy, education, empowerment, and representation.


Esperanza is looking for someone who can assist one of our Creole speaking clients communicate with their attorney. This work would entail being present for virtual meetings and phone calls to interpret between the client and the attorney. The case will last over several months, but this volunteer can terminate their work at any time.


This can be done from home .

  • Fluency in Creole and English
  • Passion for Immigrant Rights!
  • No certification required
If you are interested, please send an email to Ingrid Salazar,, with "Creole Interpreter" in the subject line.

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About Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project


1530 James M. Wood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015, US

Mission Statement

Esperanza is dedicated to serving the vulnerable immigrant population of Los Angeles. Esperanza zealously advocates on behalf of clients while also empowering them through legal education and workshops.


Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc., serves espercially vulnerale immigrants fighting against removal from the United States. Esperanza mostly provides legal services to children who are fighting against removal, however Esperanza also has clients in federal immigration detention centers. Esperanza provides direct representation, pro bono placement and pro se legal education.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Immigrants & Refugees
Justice & Legal


We'll work with your schedule.


Multiple locations Los Angeles, CA 90015



  • Hatian / Creole




  • Background Check
  • Project based.

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