- GaryLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
The answer is unfortunately no.
Only attorneys and authorized representatives may allow to appear with you for your matter.
Even USCIS may allow an interpreter other than attorneys and authorized representatives (like your friend, for example), USCIS in fact reserves the right not to allow such interpreter when USCIS deeds that the interpreter is answering for you, but not interpreting for you. In this case, you will need a licensed interpreter (like court intterpreters) to ensure you can bring them with you.
And they are not cheap.
By the way, USCIS tends to look for troubles when assistance is used.
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- Anonymous7 years ago