For special education students and the educators who teach them, the individualized education program or IEP plays a major role in ensuring specific educational goals are met, taking into account each student’s individual needs. The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) says each student’s IEP must be a truly individual document, not a “cookie-cutter” document […]Read More
Accurate IEP Translation Critical for Educators, Students Comments Off on Accurate IEP Translation Critical for Educators, Students
Why you may need a Certified Translation ? Comments Off on Why you may need a Certified Translation ?
You may be asking yourself “Why would I need a Certified Translation?” Situations requiring a certified translation Certified translations are almost always necessary for legal paperwork, such as documentation used in trials or hearings. For example, a trial transcript or any evidence in another language would need to be translated and certified. When it comes […]Read More
When do you need a “Certified Translation”? Comments Off on When do you need a “Certified Translation”?
“Certified Translation” sometimes causes confusion, but here at City Gate we understand when and where it’s needed and when its not. To understand when and why a certified translation might be necessary, it’s important to have a good grasp of the differences between certified and non-certified translations and we are here to help you understand […]Read More
What is a Certified Translation? Comments Off on What is a Certified Translation?
So, you have a document in your native language and were asked to provide a certified translation for it. You are not sure what that looks like, and that is how you ended up visiting this blog post. A certified translation is simply the translation of your document into a target language, which contains a […]Read More
Tips for your Birth Certificate Translation Comments Off on Tips for your Birth Certificate Translation
Birth Certificates are one of the most important documents for all immigration related matters. Whatever country you were born at, they probably extended a form of birth certificate to your parents or legal guardian. Birth Certificates have the person’s name spelled out (not just initials or nicknames), place of birth, date of birth, name of […]Read More
Ten Facts of the Growing Hispanic Population and Translation Comments Off on Ten Facts of the Growing Hispanic Population and Translation
Here are 10 facts to show you why today it is more important than ever to translate your document, materials and website into Spanish, if you want to become a leader in your industry. 53 million The Hispanic population of the United States as of July 1, 2012. Hispanics constituted 17 percent of the nation’s […]Read More
5 Tips for your Immigration Interview in Boston Comments Off on 5 Tips for your Immigration Interview in Boston
Most of these apply if you live anywhere in the United States, so feel free to pass them along to relatives in cities. 1. Be punctual – be present 20-30 minutes before your interview appointment. The address is: John F. Kennedy Federal Building Government Center, Room E-160 Boston, MA 02203 2. The John F. […]Read More
6 Most Popular Languages Spoken in the Greater Boston Area Comments Off on 6 Most Popular Languages Spoken in the Greater Boston Area
Boston is a city full of language diversity! If you conduct business in or around Boston, you have to be mindful that many of your potential clients are not native English speakers. In fact, recent census data shows that over 20% of Massachusetts residents speak a language other than English at home! That’s literally one […]Read More
4 Reasons to Hire a Professional Interpreter for your Immigration Interview Comments Off on 4 Reasons to Hire a Professional Interpreter for your Immigration Interview
Congratulations! You finally got your interview, but if you are a bit unsure about your English skills, it is a good idea to bring an interpreter with you. You may proceed without one, but you want to to feel confident that your answers are being transmitted with clarity. It is a good idea to bring […]Read More
7 Facts on the Growing Hispanic Population in the U.S. and the Benefits of Translation Comments Off on 7 Facts on the Growing Hispanic Population in the U.S. and the Benefits of Translation
Here are 7 facts to show you why today it is more important than ever to translate your document, materials and website into Spanish, if you want to become a leader in your industry. 1. 50 million -> The estimated Hispanic population of the United States, making people of Hispanic origin the nation’s largest ethnic […]Read More