Punjabi Interpreters in Los Angeles
The need for Punjabi interpreters in Los Angeles comes as no surprise to us here at CIT. Los Angeles is such a diverse community with so many sub-communities with different ethnic backgrounds.
One of the most populated communities in Los Angeles is that of the Asian community. Within the Asian community, many non-English languages are spoken including Punjabi.
The Punjabi-speaking community has a neighborhood dedicated to them, also known as Little India. Because Punjabi speakers are so common in Los Angeles, CIT provides Punjabi interpreters to break down the language barriers.
Our Punjabi interpreters are highly accomplished and will provide accurate interpretations to facilitate the flow of conversation between you and the native Punjabi speaker. Communication is put at ease.
Where can I use a Punjabi interpreter?
CIT provides Punjabi interpreters for a number of assignments and settings. Our services have been requested and trusted by many including both new and old clients. We have been known to have the widest and most experienced network of Punjabi interpreters in both the nation and the Los Angeles area.
Located in the southern region of Los Angeles County in Artesia you will find Little India. It is also about 20 minutes away from Disneyland.
Little India is also known as the International Cultural District. In this community, you will find amazing Indian restaurants and shops with very unique items along with cultural traditions and a diverse atmosphere.
In 1965, after the Immigration and Nationality Act which restricted immigrants from certain regions, many Indians began to settle in the United States. They began in the Los Angeles and Orange County area. In 1970, the first Indian grocery store opened up on Hollywood but was later relocated to Artesia. The area was relatively inexpensive at the time which was one of the main reasons Indians were so drawn to settling there. Slowly over the next few decades, more and more Indian businesses started opening up in the area.
Officially in 2004, the area was designated as Little India and then later designated as the Artesia International and Cultural Shopping District. Some of the biggest cultural celebrations held in Little India are Indian Independence Day, Diwali, and Navrati.
What other services can CIT provide?
- On-site – if you are looking for your Punjabi interpreter to appear in person, then you are looking for on-site services. Our Punjabi interpreters will present a professional and positive attitude when appearing for an on-site assignment. We also ask our interpreters to be on-site about 15 minutes prior to the start time of the assignment. This always everyone including the interpreter to settle in and familiarize themselves with the interpreting assignment at hand.
- Telephonic/Video Remote Interpreting – If you are not looking to have your interpreting assignment done on-site, or you or your client are unable to appear on-site, our Punjabi interpreters are experienced in both telephonic and VRI (Video Remote Interpreting) services. They perform the interpretations just as accurately and professionally as they would in person. They make you feel as if you are all in the same room!
Why Choose CIT?
When it comes to selecting your next Punjabi interpreter for your next assignment, look no further than to CIT! We have the nation’s largest network of Punjabi interpreters. We have been servicing the Los Angeles area for many years. Our services have always been highly requested and in demand. We have the most cost-effective Punjabi interpreters and will guarantee the lowest rates!