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
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
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.
Language Translation Boston: A U.S. Cities Spotlight – Boston has a long history as a haven for immigrants, and Boston’s immigrant population has continued to grow, even while similar cities were experiencing declines. According to recent reports from Pew Research Center, the majority of the 11.1 million unauthorized immigrants in the United States live in just
Language Translation Washington, D.C. – spotlight on Washington, DC language access needs. According to research from In 2012, Washington, DC had the seventh-largest foreign-born concentration in the country at 21.5% of the population (following New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Houston, and San Francisco). Telelanguage has been providing our customers with the highest quality translation