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Hi. You don't need any certifications -- you may get some if you'd like
Jun 20, 2013
You really need a work permit -- I think students are only allowed to work a certain numbers of hours, like 20 hours a week, at the campus, or something like that. You have to check the details, because there are different types of visas.
You would need a certification for court -- to work as an interpreter, but you really have to be a US citizen to work for most courts.
[Edited at 2013-06-20 14:08 GMT]
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