3/19/19 United States immigration officials provide interpreters in as many as 350 languages over all, including Mandarin, Creole, Punjabi, Arabic and Russian. But Mam, K’iche’ and Q’anjob’al ” all indigenous to Guatemala ” have each become one of the 25 most common languages spoken in immigration court in the past few years. Key Words: Translation, Interpreter, Language Access

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