We present a condensed description of the joint effort of JHUCLSP/HLTCOE, MIT-LL and AGH for NIST SRE21. NIST SRE21 consisted of speaker detection over multilingual conversational telephone speech (CTS) and audio from video (AfV). Besides the regular audio track, the evaluation also contains visual (face recognition) and multi-modal tracks. This evaluation exposes new challenges, including cross-source–i.e., CTS vs. AfV– and cross-language trials. Each speaker can speak two or three languages among English, Mandarin and Cantonese. For the audio track, we evaluated embeddings based on Res2Net and ECAPA-TDNN, where the former performed the best. We used PLDA based back-ends trained on previous SRE and VoxCeleb and adapted to a subset of Mandarin/Cantonese speakers. Some novel contributions of this submission are: the use of neural bandwidth extension (BWE) to reduce the mismatch between the AFV and CTS conditions; and invariant representation learning (IRL) to make the embeddings from a given speaker invariant to language. Res2Net with neural BWE was the best monolithic system. We used a pre-trained RetinaFace face detector and ArcFace embeddings for the visual track, following our NIST SRE19 work. We also included a new system using a deep pyramid single shot face detector and face embeddings trained on Crystal loss and probabilistic triplet loss, which performed the best. The number of face embeddings in the test video was reduced by agglomerative clustering or weighting the embedding based on the face detection confidence. Cosine scoring was used to compare embeddings. For the multi-modal track, we just added the calibrated likelihood ratios of the audio and visual conditions, assuming independence between modalities. The multi-modal fusion improved Cprimary by 72% w.r.t. audio.