Our Services

Our services are designed with our customers in mind and are meant to be as convenient as possible.

Transportation Services

  • Place – to Place, services
  • Multilingual Customer Representative is available 24/7
  • CPR and First Aid Certified Drivers
  • Quality Vehicles - Late Models, Clean and Well-Maintained
  • Bariatric Wheelchairs & Stretchers
  • Infection control plan
  • Multilingual & Cultural Sensitive Drivers.
  • Certified Interpreters
  • Female/ Male Drivers and interpreters are available by request 24/7


Our translation and interpretation services are provided in the following languages:

  • French 
  • Arabic
  • Russian 
  • Spanish
  • Swahili
  • Farsi
  • Somali
  • May-maay
  • Kirundi
  • Nepali
  • English

Meet Our Translators

Here are the biographies of some of our translators:

Lydia A. Sahyouni

I am originally from Syria.  I speak, read and write Classic Arabic as well as Modern Standard Arabic.  I also lived in France for 7 years and can speak, read and write French as well.  In Tucson I have been working with Steve Holmes, Jean D'andrea and Luis Orantes in the Language Acquisition Department of Tucson Unified School District.  I have had much work experience in the medical and legal fields.  This has allowed me to meet many wonderful people and I feel blessed.  Working with ALTS has been a great experience and I hope to help others make smooth transitions into their new lives.

Yam Mishra

I am from Bhutan and lived there until I was 18.  I then lived in exile in Nepal for the next 18 years and finally was able to move to the United States in July of 2009.  While in Nepal, I worked for the Nepali Government to assist the Bhutanese community while in Nepal.  I have my bachelors degree in the combined fields of English, Economics, and Political Science.  I have 15 years experience in interpreting, counseling and case management.  I speak Nepali, English, Hindi, Bengali and Dzongkha.

Hussein Magale

I was born in Somali, adopted by a Kenyan and now I live in the United States.  I have served on several non-governmental organizations such as the United Nations as  High Commissioner of Refugees and for the CARE International Agency in Kenya.  I am currently attending the University of Arizona as a pre-med major and am looking forward to Medical School.  I interpret and translate Somali.  

Desire Ndabibonye

I was born in Burundi but primarily grew up in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.  I was a refugee in Tanzania and the Congo.  I taught high school math for 7 years and am presently working for Tucson Unified School District as a interpretation assistant at Palo Verde High School.    I speak Kirundi, Swahili and French.