Backlog at immigration courts could grow with a pay dispute by interpreters
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Court interpreters ensure that judges, lawyers and those facing deportation all understand each other. But a contract and pay dispute may thin their ranks.
The nation's busy immigration courts decide thousands of cases every day.
Court interpreters play a critical role in that process, ensuring that judges, lawyers and those facing deportation all understand each other.
But those interpreters may be headed for a steep decline because of a new contract and dispute over pay and other work conditions.
Buzzfeed reporter Adolfo Flores and court reporter Carmelina Cadena join Take Two to describe how it could increase the already-backlogged set of cases that face immigration courts.