Immigration Trends and Language Diversity in the United States (Infographic)

Did you know that the United States has more immigrants than any other country in the world? Since 1965, the number of immigrants living in the U.S. has more than quadrupled. Today, immigrants account for 13.5% of the total United States population, and that number is expected to grow at a rapid pace. In fact, it is projected that immigration 

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Emerging Language Trends in Major American Markets

Diversity is at the heart of America. As populations continue to shift, and we become more diverse, the need for effective language services increases in all industries across the United States and qualified interpreters and translators are high-value members in serving the needs of linguistically diverse populations. The growing need for language services and new 

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Legal Language Services: Legal Interpretation and Translation

Effective communication is critical in the legal industry, especially when serving culturally and linguistically diverse populations. As of 2013, more than 20 percent (61.8 million) of individuals living in the United States spoke a language other than English in their home. With a growing number of limited English proficient (LEP) individuals nationwide, legal language services are a 

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ELL Students: The Importance of Language Access in Schools

The growing number of limited-English proficient students in U.S. schools highlights the importance of language access in schools and educational institutions. Approximately 4.8 million students in U.S. public schools have limited English language skills that impact their ability to learn in educational settings. Schools must, under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 

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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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