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United States Expects 20,000 more Haitian Immigrants to Arrive From South America

20,000 More Haitian Immigrants Expected

Secretary Mayorkas Designated Haiti Protected Status In May of 2021 It appears the one million Haitians now living in the U.S. are about to jump as much as 10 percent within a few month’s time. While making the rounds on Sunday September 26 Network News Magazine Broadcasts, U.S. Secretary of State Mayorkas announced more waves …

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11 Ways The US Federal Government Uses Interpreting & Translation

11 ways Government Uses Interpreting & Translation The US Federal Government has many uses for interpreting and translation. From national security to international trade, the government relies on these services to help us understand what is being said around us. This blog post will tell you about 11 ways the us federal government uses interpreting …

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Tokyo Japan Olympics Interpreting News

Tokyo Japan 2020 Olympics Interpreting News

Translation Matters When Japan’s new National Stadium was unveiled last month, visitors were greeted with several examples of oddly worded English on the signage there: “Hello, Our Stadium,” “Joho no Mori” and “Please Push the Under Button,” were but some of the phrases. Given that the stadium is intended to put Japan’s best face forward …

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Remembering Nuremberg Trials Interpreter George A. Sakheim

Remembering Nuremberg Trials Interpreter George A. Sakheim

In Remembrance The following is from The Philadelphia Inquirer.  George A. Sakheim, 96, of Gwynedd, a translator at the Nuremberg Trials who came face to face with some of Nazi Germany’s most notorious war criminals, died Thursday, Dec. 5, of pneumonia at Abington Lansdale Hospital. In October 1945, Dr. Sakheim had just served two years …

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