Florida Interpreters and Translators
Its predicted that by 2030, approximately 5 million Floridians (over the age of five) will speak a language other than English at home.*
Our contracted Florida interpreters and translators provide professional interpretation and translation services in 200 languages like: Spanish, Vietnamese, Mandarin, French, Russian, American Sign Language (ASL), etc.
Our Florida interpreters enable communication between one or more people. All of our linguists are qualified in their language specialty and experienced in legal, corporate and medical settings. With Interpreters Unlimited, our clients can:
- Embrace Florida’s diversity by expanding market share to bring their brand to limited English proficiency individuals.
- Communicate with non-English speaking patients face-to-face, by phone or video.
- Relay important medical, legal or safety information to patients, clients and the community with translated materials.
Florida Translation Services
We only contract native-speaking translators to guarantee accurate written materials. Below is a sample of the types of documents our team can produce quickly and accurately, without error:
|Instruction Manuals||Food Labels|
|Financial Statements||Medical Records|
|Insurance Policies||Marketing Materials|
When you submit a request, our schedulers work diligently to match the specifics of your appointment (location, language, industry, date, time) with a nearby interpreter.
Choose from the following services:
|On-site Interpretation||Telephone Interpretation|
|Video Remote Interpretation||ASL Interpretation|
We solve language and transportation needs. For more information about Interpreters Unlimited, please call 800-726-9891 or fill out the form below.
Locally, Albors & Alnet and Accessible Communication for the Deaf (ACD) are part IU Group of companies (Interpreters Unlimited, Albors & Alnet, ACD, Arkansas Spanish Interpreters & Translators).
* Florida Legislature Office of Economic and Demographic Research (2011) Florida: Demographics, Retrieved from Office of Economic and Demographic Research http://edr.state.fl.us/Content/presentations/population-demographics/DemographicOverview_4-20-11.pdf