UK Immigration Routes for Public Service Translators and Interpreters

Freedom of movement from the EU to the UK has ended, but new immigration routes into the UK do not include any provisions for freelance translators and interpreters.

What immigration route did you originally arrive in the UK through, if you weren’t born here?

Where will the translators and interpreters of the future come from, and through which immigration routes? To understand that, and to lobby for the UK’s continued access to qualified, professional public service translators and interpreters, we must first understand the current landscape.

Please take this two-minute survey and help NRPSI and the Association of Translation Companies understand the immigration routes used by public service translators and interpreters.

Your input is hugely valuable in determining our lobbying objectives towards the Government!

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* 1. Do you actively work as a public service translator or interpreter in the UK?

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