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We follow all applicable laws, regulations, and executive orders about non-discrimination. We won't deny or exclude any person from any program, activity, or facility based on:
We provide free language services to people whose primary language is not English. These services include interpreters and information written in other languages.
If you would like help arranging an interpreter for your appointment, please email us at LanguageAccess@dol.wa.gov. In your message, please be sure to tell us:
We are happy to help schedule an appointment for you.
To make sure we are able to schedule an interpreter, please submit your request as early as possible. We are usually able to schedule an interpreter if we have at least 5 business days notice.
Washington State Department of Licensing does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its programs, services, activities, and employment practices. If you need help with communication or reasonable modification to programs, services or activities contact the ADA Coordinator as soon as possible. This could include:
Please try to contact us at least 5 business days before the appointment, activity, or event. You may request a reasonable modification by emailing us at ADA@dol.wa.gov.
In your message requesting a reasonable modification, please tell us:
We’re committed to honoring requests whenever possible. Sometimes state and/or federal law or regulations prohibit us from granting some modifications. If this is the case, we will offer alternative modifications allowed for by law.
A grievance procedure is available to resolve complaints. If you believe DOL, one of our employees, or one of our contractors has discriminated against you, our we want to hear from you. Please use the Discrimination Complaint form to tell us about your experience.
We take allegations of discrimination seriously. If you believe we've discriminated against you in providing access to our services or public facilities, we want to hear from you.