Video Remote Interpreting Services

March 19, 2007

 (Last edit on 12/03/07: added Deaf Link)

Here’s an alphabetical list of companies or organizations that provide Video Remote Interpeting (VRI) services for a fee. I’m certain I have left out numerous companies — kindly leave a comment and I’ll make edits accordingly.

(Partial credits to e-Michigan Deaf and Hard of Hearing People, West Virginia University’s Job Accommodation Network, and, of course, Google.)


10 Responses to “Video Remote Interpreting Services”

  1. […] by deafnewsnetwork on March 19th, 2007 Video Remote Interpreting Services: […]

  2. none Says:

    HawkRelay ?

  3. Dan Heller Says:

    Deaf Link Inc. is a San Antonio TX based Video Remote Interpreting company. Our company had been providing these services for the last 5 years. We service clients around the United States. Our primary clients are Hospitals, Law Enforcement Agencies, Federal, State, and local government offices. Our Interpreters are state and nationally certified. Please add our name to you list. Thank you.
    Dan Heller VP Development

  4. proudgeek Says:

    Sure, Dan, I’d be happy to add Deaf Link. Thanks for the comment!

  5. C A Andersen Says:

    I am a 30-year certified interpreter. Does anyone know if any of these agencies allow the interpreter to work for his home?

  6. Daryl Crouse Says:

    We also provide VRI. I personally have been since 1999.

    Daryl Crouse, CI, CT

  7. Jasmine Says:

    Sign Language Accessible Interpreters in Houston, TX also provides Video Remote Interpreting in partnership with Nextalk. We have been servicing the Houston community for over 20 years.

    Thank you.

  8. voicevri Says:

    V-VRI from V.O.I.C.E., Inc. is another viable option for Video Remote Interpreting. We are currently expanding and are seeking interpreters interested in contract work from home (Your home office must meet our stringent standards!) Visit for more information.

  9. voicevri Says:

    V-VRI form V.O.I.C.E., Inc. is another viable option for businesses’ Video Remote Interpreting needs. We are currently expanding and are seeking nationally certified interpreters (or state certified interpreters for assignments within their respective state) interested in working from home. (Your home office space must meet our stringent guidelines to meet HIPAA and RID CPC requirements!) Visit or website at for more information.

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