I am converting to Judaism and wish to adopt Teimani minhagim. Unfortunately, I cannot fully read Hebrew so I am looking for a Yemenite (Teimani) Siddur in English. Please send me PDF or a link to where I can purchase one.
I spoke to an American I know who converted to Judaism and moved to Israel and adopted Yemenite customs. He confirmed that there is currently no such siddur on the market.
He says what he did was to use a transliterated Ashkenazi siddur and "pray in English what he had to pray in English and not worry about it" until he was able to master enough Hebrew for the daily prayers.
He also recommended deciding whether you want to adopt Shami (Yemenite with some Sephardic/Arizal influences) or Baladi (without the Sephardic influences) customs, as "there is a difference".
As others before me have said, there currently is no such siddur. I am actually in the process of having such a siddur made with the pirush (commentary) of Maharitz (one of the greatest yemenite rabbis who wrote the most extensive commentary on the tiklal). It does take a lot of funding, so if this is something you're interested in supporting please let me know. (we have a tax deductible organization)