Hindi Interpreters in Los Angeles
CIT provides the best Hindi interpreters all across the Greater Los Angeles area. We provide interpreters for just about every and any Hindi interpreting need. Our services range from legal to medical and everything else in between. Our services provided are top-notch coming from our highly qualified Hindi interpreters. Many of our interpreters are native Hindi speakers making them masters of their trade and language. With an area as big as Los Angeles, you may find it difficult to find an available Hindi interpreter.
At CIT, we guarantee to have your assignment covered and an interpreter there! We cover assignments weeks in advance, the day prior, or even same day rush assignments. Our Hindi interpreters are cost-effective making our rates unbeatable by our competitors. There are an estimated 8,850 Hindi speakers in the Los Angeles area and with the help of one of our talented Hindi interpreters, communication will be an easy flow and an accurate interpretation.
A Brief History
After the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, which abolished restrictions of immigrants from specific regions, people from India started coming to the United States. They mostly found themselves settling in Los Angeles and Orange County. The first Indian grocery store was located in Hollywood but was later relocated to Artesia in 1970. As the decades went on and as more immigrants decided to settle, more and more businesses started popping up in the area.
Posted right on Pioneer Boulevard, the idea of naming the area “Little India” came about in 2004 from some local politicians. Many opposed this idea, however, as they believed it would improperly privilege one ethnic group in such a diverse area. Eventually, the area also became known as the Artesia International and Cultural Shopping District.
There are events held in the area to celebrate Indian Independence Day, Diwali, and Navrati. Artesia is also home to the largest Indian immigrant newspaper in southern California. There are many authentic Indian-style cuisine restaurants and eateries in Little India. Many of these restaurants and eateries are vegetarian, reflecting the way most Indian people eat.
Services We Offer
- Consecutive – More suitable for smaller groups or one-on-one meetings. The interpreter listens as the native speaker makes their statement and after every pause, the interpreter translates into the target language of the listeners.
- Simultaneous – more suitable for larger groups or conferences. Usually, the interpreter is sitting in a booth and is speaking into a microphone while the speaker is making their statements. It includes no pauses from the speaker, so the interpreter interprets in real-time. They transmit it into the headphones worn by the audience.
- On-site – If you are looking for an interpreter to appear in person, you are seeking on-site interpreting services. We always advise our interpreters to arrive 15 minutes early to allow for set up or to settle in.
- Telephonic/Video Remote Interpreting – If you or your client are unable to appear in person, we offer telephonic or video remote interpreting services. Our interpreters are trained in interpreting for remote assignments and make you feel as if everyone is in the same room.