Linguistic Experts, Translators, Interpreters in All Languages
Our legal language translation services company provides world-class translation and Apostille services for e-Discovery, litigation, and dual citizenship; in-person and remote legal language interpreting and deposition interpreting; translator/ interpreter expert witness services and linguistic expert services for international and domestic litigation from and into all European, Nordic, Asian, Scandinavian, Middle Eastern, African, Himalayan, Slavic languages, including rare languages, exotic languages, uncommon, hard-to-find spoken languages and dialects, Languages of Limited Diffusion (LLD), indigenous languages, endangered languages, and legalese. According to World Almanac & Book of Facts, the languages of the world, spoken by the most people today include: Mandarin Chinese, Hindi, English, Spanish, Bengali, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, German, Korean, French, Chinese Wu, Javanese, Chinese Yue (also known as Cantonese) and Telugu.
India, for example, in addition to English, has 22 official languages, such as Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Dogri, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Odia, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Santali, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu. Contact All Language Alliance, Inc. to hire a deposition interpreter in any of the official languages of India.
The European Union has 24 official languages, such as Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish and Swedish. Contact our legal translation service to hire a deposition interpreter in any of the official languages of the European Union.
Zambia has several major indigenous Bantu languages, such as Nyanja (also known as Chewa); Bemba; Soli; Tumbuka. We provide Nyanja deposition interpreting services for on-site and Zoom depositions, as well as deposition interpreters in several other indigenous languages of Zambia.
In Ghana, Akan is an umbrella encompassing several languages/dialects, such as Twi (Asante), Twi (Akuapem), and Fante. So instead of requesting an Akan deposition interpreter, please specify whether you’re looking for a Twi interpreter, or an Akuapem (also referred to as Akwapem; or Akwapi; or Akuapli) deposition interpreter, or a Fante deposition interpreter.
Sierra Leone, for example, has eighteen national languages: Krio, Limba, Mende, Themne, Kono, Kuranko, Sherbro, Susu, Fula, Loko, Mandingo, Kissi, Yalunka, Krim, Vai, Gola, Kru and Galinas. Before requesting a deposition interpreter or a workers’ comp interpreter, please get the correct spelling of the deponent’s or the claimant’s country of origin and the English spelling of the language they are fluent in, as many of the above languages sound deceptively similar in English.
Swahili, also known as Kiswahili, is widely spoken in Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo (the DRC), Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Rwanda, Burundi, northern Mozambique, the Comoro Islands (Comoros), Northern Zambia, Malawi, and Somalia. Contact our deposition translation service to hire a Swahili/ Kiswahili deposition interpreter for a virtual video deposition via Zoom.
All Language Alliance, Inc., one of the top translation companies in the USA, can help you with all the common and exotic foreign language translation and interpretation services for multi-country needs.
Certified Translation, Apostille, Legalization and Authentication Services for U.S. Documents to Be Used Abroad
Certified translators at All Language Alliance, Inc. translate legal, technical, financial, medical, academic, real estate, investor immigration, government and global marketing documents from or into Mandarin Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Hebrew, Korean, Russian, Portuguese, Mongolian, Spanish, English, and other languages daily. Get in touch with our Apostille service to obtain Apostille, authentication, and legalization services for your U.S. documents along with the certified Apostille translation of your English documents to be used abroad.
Legal Translators, Court Interpreters, Linguistic Expert Witnesses Nationwide
Don’t see your foreign language in the languages of the world alphabetical list below? Fill out the green “Hire a Certified Translator or Interpreter” form on your right. Our translation office has rare language linguists, simultaneous interpreters for international conferences and events, translation specialists, medical interpreters and deposition interpreters in your language and dialect.
Akwapem (Akuapem Twi; Akwapi; Akuapli)
Arakanese / Rakhine
Bissa (Bisa; Boussancé)
Cape Verdean Creole
Dari (Persian of Afghanistan; Eastern Persian)
Dioula (Jula, Joola, Dyula)
Eastern Persian (Persian of Afghanistan)
Farsi (Persian of Iran; Western Persian)
Fula, Fulah, Fulani
Fuzhou/ Foochow/ Foochowese/ Fuzhounese/ Fuzhouhua/ Fujianese/ Northern Fukienese/ Minbei
Haitian-Creole (Creole; Kreyol)
Jamaican Patwah (also spelled: Jamaican Patwa, or Patois)
Karenni (Red Karen; Kayah)
Lahnda (Western Punjabi)
Mennonite Low German (Plautdietsch)
Minan/ Minnan/ Minnanese/ Southern Min
Northern Fukienese/ Minbei/ Foochow/ Fuzhou
Old Church Slavonic
Oromo (Oromiffa; Afaan Oromoo)
Pashai / Pachaie
Portuguese Mozambique; Portuguese East Africa
Pulaar/ Fula/ Fulfulde/ Fulani
Rakhine / Arakenese
Sgaw Karen, Sgaw Kayin, S’gaw Karen, commonly known as Karen
Sinhala/ Sinhalese/ Singhalese /Cingalese
Southern Fukienese /Minnan/ Minan/ Amoy/ Xiamen/ Taiwanese
Tajik (Tajiki Persian, Tajiki, Tadzhiki)
Tigrinya (Tigrigna; Tigray; Tigrie; Tigrai)
Toishanese/ Toisanese/ Taishanese
Western Persian (Persian of Iran)
Western Punjabi (Lahnda)
Zomi (Zou, Zokam, Zo)
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