Spanish Interpreters in New York City
New York City is one of the most ethnically diverse populated cities in the United States. Hispanics and Latinos make up quite a large majority of that population. There are over 2.2 million residents rounding up to about 28% of the total New York City population. Most of that percentage is made up of Puerto Ricans and Dominicans. With such a large majority of the population being native Spanish speakers, CIT is here to provide Spanish interpreters in New York City!
Our services are unlike any other interpreting services you’ll find in the area. We provide 100% customer service from our team here at CIT. Our Spanish interpreters present themselves with the utmost professionalism and bring accuracy and a positive attitude to every assignment.
Settings We Cover
No assignment goes uncovered at CIT. We have a Spanish interpreter for every and any assignment brought our way. We cover everything from the most demanding fields such as legal and medical and everything in between. For all legal and medical assignments, we provide the nation’s top qualified and certified Spanish interpreters.
- Legal Interpreting – When it comes to any deposition or business meeting, you will want to ensure to reserve a court-certified Spanish interpreter. Court certified interpreters are highly qualified to interpret in heavy legal settings. They have experience with the litigation system and legal processes. They also have a wide range of knowledge for legal terminology.
- Medical Interpreting – When needing to bridge the language gap for all medical settings, CIT has the best medically certified Spanish interpreters you’ll find. Our medically certified interpreters are experts when it comes to medical terminology and has the skill to take it from one source language to another target language. Here are some medical settings we cover with medically certified interpreters:
We not only provide Spanish interpreters for legal and medical settings, but we cover everything else in between, anywhere in New York City! From educational to recreational – You name it! Our team here at CIT is able to cover assignments months and weeks in advance, the day before or even hours before your expected start time.
Hispanic and Latino Roots in New York City
- Puerto Rican – The largest population of Puerto Ricans outside of Puerto Rico can be found in New York. The first wave of Puerto Ricans coming to New York was in the mid-19th century. There are about 800,000 Puerto Ricans living in the city today.
- Dominican – Immigration records of Dominican in the United States dates back to the late 19th century. They are the cities, the second-largest Hispanic group. As of 2009, they compose about 25% of New York City’s Latino population.
- Mexican – As of 2010, Mexicans filled the city’s Hispanic population to about 14% percent with 457,288 residents and increased to about 500,000 as of 2011. Mexicans are the fastest-growing Hispanic group in the city even estimating to surpass the Puerto Rican and Dominican population by 2023.
- Ecuadorian – As of 2009, Ecuadorians represented about 9% of New York City’s population with roughly 211,378 residents. They are the fourth largest sub-group of Hispanics in the city.