What accommodations may be requested?
Applicants may request accommodations that allow them to fully and meaningfully participate in a court proceeding. Applicants should request the accommodation that will best allow them to do that. A reasonable accommodation could be a sign language interpreter; changes to a courtroom’s layout to improve lighting, hearing, or mobility; large print or high contrast documents and forms; hearings held by teleconference; extended time for hearings and recesses; or assistive listening and seeing devices; personal assistance or someone who can help present the case or claim to the court.

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1. Must all requests be granted?
2. What accommodations may be requested?
3. What information does the court need?
4. When should the form be filed?
5. Who gets this information?
6. Who may receive an accommodation?