Language Interpretation and Translation Services in North Carolina
Volatia in North Carolina
Volatia provides professional language interpretation and translation services throughout the state of North Carolina. Regardless of where you are in the Tar Heel State, Volatia is uniquely capable of bridging all of your language and cultural barriers. The secret sauce is our proprietary technology, coupled with our vast network of qualified professional interpreters and translators. Click here to watch a one minute video of a recent innovation we pioneered.
Among the many reasons to choose Volatia for your language access program, below are a few to consider:
We support more than 280 languages ondemand. Simply download our mobile app or login our online portal to request or schedule your language needs or connect to an interpreter within seconds.
We’re local. Volatia employs interpreters and translators in Raleigh, Durham, Charlotte, Asheville, Hickory, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Rocky Mount, Wilson, Greenville, Goldsboro, Fayetteville, Wilmington and surrounding areas.
We’re always available. We offer 24/7 year-round support to all of North Carolina. In addition to our phone and video interpreter services, you can also access onsite or in-person interpreters ondemand.
We have a broad range of experience. We support some of North Carolina's most important industries, including healthcare, legal, government, finance, insurance, transportation, utilities, general businesses.
Top Languages Spoken in North Carolina
It is not surprising, given the rich diversity of North Carolina, that eight (8) languages are highly prevalent throughout the state.
These languages are:
Of course, many more languages are spoken in North Carolina on a daily basis but these ones listed stand out due to the high demand for interpretation and translation work orders that Volatia processes.
LEARN MORE ABOUT NORTH CAROLINA'S INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY
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Why Interpreters and Translators are needed in North Carolina
“To set forth the history of North Carolina immigrants is simply to tell the state’s story.”
Thus begins a feature by Indy Week that examines the Tar Heel state’s long history of immigrants and refugees settling in North Carolina. Today, nearly 8% of the state’s population is foreign-born, and more than 11% speak a language other than English in the home.
While North Carolina’s foreign-born population is spread throughout the state, it is largely concentrated in the central region. Look at a map of languages other than English spoken at home, and you’ll see a crescent that goes from Charlotte into the Research Triangle area, then southeast toward Sampson and Duplin counties.
This growing international population includes individuals with limited English proficiency who are looking for the services your business provides. Failing to deliver complete, quality service because of a language barrier costs you revenue, increases your liability and, depending on the nature of your business, could even violate federal and other regulations.