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Your company takes pride in its products, services, and professionalism. Consider the time, costs, and effort that goes into running a successful business. When you need translation services for a current client or new strategic direction, the same qualification should also be held for your company documents that need translation.
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2017 Best Of The Blog

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Another year is coming to a close – can you believe it?!

The end of the year is the perfect time to reflect on the past while setting plans for the future. We want to extend our gratitude to all our readers who frequently visit our blog. You motivate our team to continuously produce a variety of thought-provoking, educational, and valuable content.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

Can I Translate My Own Birth Certificate For USCIS?

Translation, Popular

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) demands that all foreign language documents are translated into English. One of the most common documents necessary for a smooth immigration is your birth certificate.

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Brandon Choquette
Brandon Choquette

In-Person Interpreting Vs. Telephone Or Video Interpreting [Infographic]

Telephonic Interpreting, Technology, Popular, Interpreting

 

During this day and age, language services are likely to be essential to the success of your business. With instant global communication, increased cultural diversity, and the technology easing the ability to do business across borders, translation and interpreter services are more necessary now than they may have been before.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

What Are The Benefits Of Hiring a Professional Interpreter or Translator?

Translation, Popular, Interpreting

Over the years, we have seen the disastrous results of clients who have hired an interpreter or translator who was not a certified professional. It is already challenging enough to understand someone through language, but when a person who is translating or interpreting is not professionally trained, the language tends to be much less precise than when a professional is hired.

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Francesco Pagano
Francesco Pagano

How Manufacturers Can Maximize the Value of Their Content Through Translation Services

Manufacturing, Translation, Popular, Aerospace & Defense

The popularity of content marketing has exploded over the past several years. One of the main reasons it has gained so much traction is simple, it is extremely effective! It’s relatively easy to implement a content marketing strategy and it is accessible to businesses of all sizes and industries. Even industries such as manufacturing who traditionally have not utilized the typical marketing strategies are hopping on the content train and finding success in their niche market. The 2017 Manufacturing Content Marketing Trends published by Content Marketing Institute (CMI) reports that 85% of manufacturing marketers are using content marketing.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

[Infographic] Most Common Languages Besides English In The US & New England

Transcreation, Culture, Language Service Provider, Popular, Infographics

It should be no surprise that many languages besides English are spoken throughout the United States. In certain areas, English seems to be the foreign language! The US has always been a melting pot of different languages and cultures. If you consider the US before the British settled, just imagine how many different languages their were between the various Native American tribes that filled our land. 

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Anthony Toronto
Anthony Toronto

The Emoji Revolution: From Emoticon to Emoji [Part 1/3]

Culture, Popular

While emoji is a much more frequently used term these days, let’s not forget about where it all began with the original emoticon. :) We are excited to bring you a three-part series on the evolution from emoticon to emoji and beyond!

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

Key Elements To Keep In Mind When Working With Interpreter Services

Popular, Interpreting

Keep in mind that when you are working with an LEP (Limited English Proficiency) person, the appointment will go differently compared to providing a service to an English speaking person. Here are some elements to keep in mind when working with interpreter services:

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

Language Services Options for Healthcare Providers

Healthcare, Popular

The number of non-English speakers in the United States is continuing to rise. According to the 2011 Census, over 60 million US residents speak a language other than English at home, and have limited or no proficiency in English. Couple this fact with increased pressure from the Federal Government on healthcare providers to provide equal care to limited English speakers, and it’s obvious that language barriers are a major issue affecting hospitals across the nation.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano

Why You Should Think Twice Before Using A Bilingual Employee Instead Of A Professional Interpreter

Popular, Interpreting

Here’s one of the most common questions we hear at Interpreters and Translators, Inc. The short answer is no. Many reasons make this an easy question to answer. First, let’s make sure we understand the differences between a bilingual employee and a professional interpreter.  A bilingual employee is a person who works for you and has some degree of proficiency in two languages. A professional interpreter is someone who has been assessed for professional skills, demonstrates a high level of proficiency in at least two languages and has the appropriate training and experience to interpret. Professional interpreters can interpret with skill and accuracy while adhering to high ethics and confidentiality.

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Annie Pagano
Annie Pagano