We provide real time interpreters, skilled in more than 14 languages.  Our interpreters are trained in a wide variety of industries to provide interpreting assistance in any legal, medical, social, or business communication. We are  available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. We are always ready to serve you.  Find out more about our language interpreting services by calling us 207-409-5514.


Martin Songoyo:

Martin Sungoyo, the founder of New England Interpreters Service, was born in the Western Equatoria State of Sudan, and grew up in the   Southern Sudanese State of Yambio. As a native speaker of Zandi and Arabic, Songoyo attended the Khartoum Center for Vocational Training in Arabic Languages. Early in his career, Songoyo spent 4 years working for the Sudanese French Bank where his skills for speaking and understanding different dialects of Arabic were leveraged in a variety of professional situations. Upon arrival in the United States I served many families who  speak local Sudanese Arabic , classic Arabic and Zande  with spoken  interpretation  and  translating a written document as needed. Volunteer specialist at the root cellar Portland maine  and   I am the funder of the Azande  non-profit Organization   who are refugees from southern  Sudan.. And  I also bourd of director for the Sudanese association of Maine.


Dominic Suru:

Dominic Suru, Computer technology and current student at University of Southern Maine major on International Studies has served as youth worker/ Peer Leader Program, and Refugee and Immigrant Specialist for Peopleʼs Regional Opportunity Program (PROP). Current serving as multicultural coordinator for 2-1-1 Maine. This involves Works with outside agencies to obtain, multicultural resource information and enters it into the database, Provides outreach to new American communities about 2-1-1 Maine, Provides assistance and training to Resource Coordinators and Call Specialists. Collaboration work with other agencies as a Cultural Broker, Translate legal and medical documents, Interpreter for social services, courts and business related activities. Executive Director for Sudanese Development Institutes of Maine with focus on Domestic violence issues in New American Community and Secretary of Information for Sudanese Community Association of Maine.   Involve in; 1) Planning Multicultural Exercise for Health Fair Event, City of Portland, Minority Health Program, 2) People of color Fund committee.


Eddie Lonyonpiny:

Eddie is a native of southern Sudan who came to the United States in 2003. In Sudan, Eddie served as a deputy chairman in the catholic church of Juba. Upon arrival in the US, Eddie worked for Catholic charities in Portland Maine providing Arabic to English translation as well as Acholi to English. In 2005 Eddie became a Maine state certified court interpreter and has been serving in legal and civil proceedings. In addition, Eddie has been working for the Portland Housing Authority providing interpretation in a multitude of social work situations. 


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