To better assist disabled individuals who do not speak English, Social Security has interpreters to help you communicate with them regarding your claim for benefits. You can request an interpreter to help you with communications either in person or over the phone. Social Security provides these interpretive services at no charge to you, and they have interpreters for many languages, including sign language.
Social Security has a selection process in place to make sure that the interpreter selected for you is able to communicate all of the necessary information and that they have no personal stake against your receipt of Disability Benefits. If you prefer to bring your own interpreter, you can as long as they agree that they agree they will accurately interpret what is being asked and being said without adding anything or leaving anything out.