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Documents translated from English to Spanish and vice versa by native Spanish speakers; not a computer program or someone who isn’t familiar with nuances and the different meanings a non-native Spanish speaker could miss. Translation consists of taking information which has been written in one language and conveying it in writing into another language while preserving its meaning and cultural appropriateness. Our document translation is professional, reliable, cost-effective, and personalized with quick turnaround time. Serve your Spanish-speaking constituents and ensure regulatory compliance by translating with us.
GROWING NEED FOR SPANISH DOCUMENTS
Spanish is, by far, the most spoken non-English language in the U.S. The number of Spanish speakers in the U.S. has grown rapidly in recent decades, reflecting the arrival of new immigrants from Latin America and growth in the nation’s Hispanic population. Today 34.8 million Hispanics ages 5 and older speak Spanish at home. We aim to increase equitable access to information by removing barriers to communication for native Spanish speakers. Having your documents translated to Spanish provides a more inclusive environment for your business, nonprofit organization, and a large segment of our population.
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When you don’t translate
Latino Parents Sue Massachusetts Schools Over Lack of Translation Services. Holyoke Public Schools, the lawsuit alleges, "disregarded and intentionally ignored" its federal and civil rights obligations to provide translation services. https://www.usnews.com/news/education-news/articles/2017-08-21/latino-parents-sue-massachusetts-schools-over-lack-of-translation-services
Lawsuit challenges school district of Philadelphia’s failure to translate documents and interpret for parents with limited English proficiency and their children with disabilities.
Lawsuit alleges Chicago Public Schools has failed non-English speaking parents of special ed students. https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-met-chicago-special-ed-discrimination-lawsuit-20180129-story.html
NYPD routinely fails to translate non-English reports: lawsuit
Florida lawsuit seeks Spanish translation of ballots, alleges voting rights violations affecting Puerto Ricans