Ohio Interpreters and Translators
Ohio translation services are as important in this state, as it is in any other, because it is home to people from many different ethnicities and backgrounds. IU’s interpreters and translators are not only fluent in the language, they’re fluent in dialect and culture. Learn more…
Interpretation and Translation Services
- On-site Interpretation
- Telephone Interpretation
- Video Remote Interpretation
- Document Translation
- American Sign Language (ASL)
Who can benefit from an Ohio interpreter or translator?
Below, you’ll find just a few of the different career paths that certified translators can choose in Ohio. These jobs make it that much either for clients, and patients, to communicate effectively with the people who can make a difference in, or even save their lives, –and that means interpreters themselves, are making the difference too.
Medical – Interpreters Unlimited provides medical language translation and in-person interpretation for hospitals, medical facilities, rehabilitation centers, behavioral clinics, urgent care, and private physician’s offices. We also provide non-emergency medical transportation across the state as well.
Legal – Interpreters Unlimited works with law firms and courthouses to provide language interpretation for depositions, trials, mediation, hearings and interviews. Interpretation services are available in 200+ languages including ASL. Our experienced translators also provide legal document translation services.
Tourism and Travel – IU’s interpreters and translators enable visitors to acclimate to an environment possessing a broad range of linguistic backgrounds.
Insurance Companies – The need for insurance in Ohio is just as great as it might be in any other state; in the central US there are also threats of tornadoes. And the need for insurance is shared by many cultures; not just those that speak English.
Languages Spoken In Ohio:
Laotian – Laotian are immigrating into Ohio area more than any ethnicity. The state’s many education and employment opportunities make it an attractive alternative to other states that are more or less populated.
Thai – With the Laotian community’s rise, the numbers of immigrants from Thailand continue to rise. Thai interpreters and translators can find the most work in the Cleveland and Columbus areas; this is where the main concentration of Asian immigrants and citizens are found.
Spanish – Recent demographics studies indicate that Ohio citizens who speak Spanish have risen. The main Hispanic population is in the Cleveland and Toledo. IU provides on-site interpretation services to doctor’s offices, school districts, law firms, hospitals
Italian – Ohio has a small community of Italian Americans. However, this does not mean that there is no use for Italian interpreter and translators. Actually, the necessity is more pronounced, because that means that there are a lot of Italian visitors and tourists, more likely to be visiting family, or friends.
Irish (Gaelic) – The need for Irish/Gaelic translators and interpreters stems from the same need as that for Italian interpreters. Because of the large portion of the Ohio community with Irish heritage and descendants, then it is that much more likely that there will be needs for Irish/Gaelic translators in the tourism and travel industry.
To learn more about Interpreters Unlimited and our language services in Ohio, submit a request or contact us at 800.726.9891.
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