Does your organization provide language support? Understanding refugee trends in the United States can help you to provide the most comprehensive language access program to fit your organization’s specific needs. As a language service provider nationwide, Telelanguage breaks down language barriers and connects people from different walks of life every day! As a leader in cutting-edge interpretation technology, Telelnguage is transforming the interpretation world with leading-edge interpretation technology to support organizations in providing the best quality language interpretation solutions. Language interpretation and translation are vital for communicating with the growing limited-English proficient population in the United States (which reached 25.1 million, or 8% of the United States population, in 2013.)
Last month, we wrote about refugee languages and resettlement in the United States. We found that there was a need for greater understanding refugee trends to help organizations serving these special populations, so we have created a new resource for the language industry to help you provide a better language access solution for supporting refugee languages.
Download the Free Whitepaper: “Refugee Language Needs: Current Refugee Trends in the United States, and the Ever-growing Need for Language Services”
First, Who is a refugee? A refugee is someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, war, or violence. Most likely, they cannot return home or are afraid to do so. War and ethnic, tribal and religious violence are leading causes of refugees fleeing their countries. In the United States, refugees are usually outside of the United States when they are screened for resettlement.
Although less than 1% of refugees worldwide are resettled each year, in 2016, about 125,600 refugees were resettled, and more than 3 million refugees have been resettled in the United States since The Refugee Act of 1980.
Free Telelanguage Resource – Refugee Trends in the United States
This free resource is designed to help organizations identify refugee trends and language needs, highlighting the importance of professional language services to support refugee populations resettled in the United States.
“Refugee Language Needs: Current Refugee Trends in the United States, and the Ever-growing Need for Language Services” is a free white paper for the language industry!
This Whitepaper features information to help you understand:
- Current refugee trends in the United States.
- The importance of providing language services to refugee communities.
- How to anticipate future language service needs to help support imminent refugee resettlement.
Author Hayley Emmons details refugee trends in the United States, and how organizations can provide empathetic, compassionate – and professional – language services to support these special communities. The language industry is rapidly evolving and Telelanguage’s proprietary technology is at the forefront of growth and global communication to support organizations in providing resettlement populations with the highest quality language services.
Video: Refugee Trends in the United States (White Paper Overview)
“Refugee Language Needs: Current Refugee Trends in the United States, and the Ever-growing Need for Language Services” Download the Free Whitepaper!
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