T-USA Supports Chicago, IL

Chicago Translators and Interpreters

Chicago's residents and businesses are successfully overcoming language barriers with the aid of Translators USA certified language specialists. Our linguistic experts have been selected only from the very best translators and interpreters in their language pairs. All members of our staff in Chicago have the knowledge and experience to handle even the most challenging tasks professionally, timely and cost-effectively.

Chicago, "The Most American of Big Cities"

With a population of over 2.7 million (nearly 9.5 million in the metropolitan area), Chicago is the largest city in Illinois and the third largest city in the US. When founded in the early 1830s, it was called home by fewer than 200 settlers. By the mid-19th century, however, population grew to nearly 30,000 and by the end of the century, more than 1 million people created a home in Chicago. After the 1920s, the city became very attractive to immigrants, mostly from East and South Europe. Along with African Americans who began arriving to the city after 1910, they helped make Chicago "The Most American of Big Cities".

According to the most recent Census Bureau data, White Americans form 45 percent of Chicago's population. Nearly 33 percent of residents are Black or African Americans, 5.5 percent are Asian Americans and 0.5 percent are American Indians and Alaska Natives. White Americans, however, consist of a large Hispanic/Latino population and a diverse mix of various ethnic groups such as Irish, Italian, Polish, German, Jewish, Arab, Czech, Serbian, Russian and Greek, to mention only a few.

Chicago's residents are estimated to speak 26 different languages. The majority of population speaks English as a primary language but more than one third of residents speak other than English at home. Spanish is the most commonly spoken non-English language and is a primary language of 60 percent of all non-English speaking residents. After Spanish, most commonly spoken non-English languages in the city are: Tagalog, Polish, Chinese, Arabic, Korean and Russian.

In addition to being "American" in terms of racial and ethnic composition, Chicago is also "American" when it comes to business and finance. In fact, the city is one the top 10 "Global Financial Centers".

Highest Quality Translation and Interpretation Services at the Most Competitive Rates in Chicago

We don't claim to be the cheapest translation service provider in the city but we guarantee to deliver the highest quality at the most competitive rates. Chicago-based Translators USA language specialists have the knowledge, experience and expertise to successfully handle a wide range of business translations including: Corporate Document Translations, Legal Document Translation, Medical Document Translation, Marketing and Media Translations, Technical Document Translation and Website Translations.

You can also contact our Chicago professionals for personal document translations, seven days a week. Our translators are available for: Academic Degree Translation, Legal Contract Translation, Diploma Translation, Patents Translation, Immigration Translation, Drivers License Translation, Birth Certificate Translation, Adoption Papers Translation, Marriage Certificate Translation, Divorce Certificate Translation, School Transcripts Translation, Naturalization Papers Translation, Power of Attorney Translation, Translation of Wills, Police Records Translation and Judgment Translation.

We guarantee quality, professional and affordable translation in over 150 languages: French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Russian, Dutch, Finnish, Danish, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Hindi, Arabic and many more.

Certificate Translation, Divorce Certificate Translation, Adoption Papers Translation and Patents Translation.

Also available are interpreters for Conferences, Depositions, Business Meetings, etc. Please contact Translators USA office in Chicago at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us at (312) 809-8684.