Spanish Speakers in the United States (Infographic)

Spanish Speakers in the United States…According to a 2015 report by Instituto Cervantes, the United States has the second highest concentration of Spanish speakers in the world, after Mexico. Roughly 53 million people, 41 million native Spanish speakers, and approximately 11.6 million bilingual Spanish Speakers live in the United States.  There are more people speaking Spanish 

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Language Diversity in Texas (Infographic)

Language Diversity in Texas – Texas is well-known for its cultural and linguistic diversity. While more than 164 different languages are represented in Texas, it also accounts for the 2nd highest population of limited-English speakers in the country (3.6 million, 14% of the total U.S. LEP population). We have explored language diversity in the United 

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Interactive Map of Languages Spoken in the United States

As of 2013, more than 25 million U.S. residents speak a language other than English at home. That’s One in five U.S. residents.  Spanish is the most common non-English language spoken in the United States with 40.5 million speakers (2016). According to the 2016 American Community Survey, languages  spoken at home with over 1 million speakers (over 

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Limited-English Proficiency: LEP Populations by U.S. State (Infographic)

The United States draws people from many countries around the world we have never been more linguistically diverse. In fact, The U.S. Census Bureau Reports at Least 350 Languages Spoken are in U.S. Homes. While some U.S. cities (like New York, Miami, and Los Angeles) have higher LEP populations, there are approximately 25.1 million Limited 

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Refugees in the United States: Languages and Resettlement (Infographic)

More than three million refugees have been resettled in the United States since The Refugee Act of 1980, which created the current national standard for the screening and admission of refugees in the United States. Who is a refugee? A refugee is someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, 

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Languages Spoken in the United States: 15 Largest Metro Areas

We hear foreign languages spoken every day. The United States draws people from many countries around the world and the diversity of languages spoken in the United States (in U.S. homes) is at least 350. While some U.S. cities (like New York, Miami and Los Angeles) have higher immigrant and LEP populations, there are approximately 25.1 million Limited 

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Language Translation Miami: A U.S. Cities Spotlight (Infographic)

Language Translation Miami Spotlight – Miami is well-known for its large Cuban population and due to the large immigration population from various Spanish speaking regions, Spanish is spoken by nearly 60% of the population. Although Spanish remains a dominant language spoken in Miami homes, there are more than 128 languages spoken in South Florida. As 

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Language Translation San Francisco: A U.S. Cities Spotlight (Infographic)

Language translation San Francisco Spotlight – San Francisco is the cultural, commercial, and financial center of Northern California, and also one of the most linguistically and culturally diverse cities in the nation (ranking 12th in the United States for foreign-born population). With a welcoming attitude toward new immigration (165,000 new foreign-born residents between 2013 and 

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Language Translation Houston: A U.S. Cities Spotlight (Infographic)

Language translation Houston – As the third-most linguistically diverse city in the United States, language access is crucial in Houston, Texas. According to U.S. Census data, over 145 languages were spoken in Houston homes as of 2015. The city is multicultural, a major port city, Houston also has many academic institutions and very strong industries. 

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Language Translation Phoenix: A U.S. Cities Spotlight [Infographic]

Language Translation Phoenix: A U.S. Cities Spotlight – Phoenix is the fifth most populous U.S. city, and the only state capital exceeding one million residents. According to recent reports from Pew Research Center, Phoenix ranks number 10 for cities with the highest number of unauthorized immigrants and had a relatively high concentration within the major 

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