Birmingham, Alabama

Exceptional Language Services

Translators USA has been aware of the economic activity in Birmingham; their interpretation and translation services are already in the area to offer a mix of affordability and exceptional professionalism. We have earned the highest rating from the Better Business Bureau, an A+, for delivering service that exceeds expectations. Awards are honorable, but our primary goal is anchored to our mission: to provide premiere service to our clients. Our translators are the best in the business; we hire only the best language specialists. Each translator and interpreter is certified in their language pair, and we assess them frequently to determine how we may help them improve. These are just a few of the reasons we are an industry leader. You can contact us and order now with confidence. We guarantee complete satisfaction.

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Whatever your need, our world class translators and interpreters are available to assist with your documents: birth certificates, driver’s licenses, marriage certificates, divorce certificates, legal contracts & patents, wills and trusts, power of attorney, translation of immigration documents, naturalization paperwork, police records and judgments, adoption papers, school transcripts and diplomas.

Other services may quote a lower price in an effort to win your business, but they won’t offer our guarantee; we will provide top quality services at reasonable rates. Our Birmingham-based language specialists are ready to handle your request. Contact us today to discuss your needs with one of our qualified representatives.

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One new addition to Birmingham is the development of 140,000 square foot Innovation Depot. It is a sprawling tech development center where entrepreneurs and venture capitalists iron out negotiation details. It’s a hotbed of innovation that keeps the tech pipeline flowing with new ideas. Diversity is another prime reason why Birmingham is earning respect; the largest percentages of individuals who are making innovation pitches are female, mostly African Americans and Asians.

Steel may not be as crucial to the city’s economy as it was in the past, but several steel product manufacturers have a significant presence in Birmingham. Companies include American Cast Iron Pipe Company, U.S. Steel, and Nucor. Many residents are employed by health care conglomerates such as Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama, Liberty National, Protective Life and Infinity Property & Casualty.

A pop-up city after the Civil War, Birmingham was officially established in 1871 at a location where major railroads were expected to intersect. In remembrance of its heritage, Birmingham is proud to have the historical museum Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.

Clearly, Birmingham is a mecca that lures a diverse workforce as well as hopeful entrepreneurs. For those living in the eastern U.S. and dream of creating a new business, it is more economically feasible to convene in Birmingham than in California.

The Magic City is regarded as an important business and financial center in the South and is home to Regions Financial Corporation bank. Embracing artificial intelligence and technology startups, Birmingham is now making a bid to become the Southern Silicone Valley. Two attributes which make the region so palatable is its stunning beauty and low cost of living. Silicone Valley has been on the lookout for a suitable location in the East and has identified Birmingham as fertile ground for harvesting opportunities.

Birmingham, also called “The Magic City” was the hub in the South for steel production during the manufacturing surge a century ago. It earned its nickname for its rapid population explosion between 1881 and 1920. Birmingham is situated on a slice of earth where three necessary minerals for steel production occur naturally: coal, limestone, and iron ore. In 1904, when the World’s Fair was in St. Louis, officials in Birmingham commissioned the construction of the now famous Vulcan statue. The statue was created as part of its admission requirements to participate in the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Vulcan is the second tallest cast iron structure, following the Statue of Liberty. The purpose of the 55-foot tall replica of the Roman god of fire and forge was to draw attention to Birmingham’s robust iron and steel industries.


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Translators USA is A+ rated by the Better Business Bureau for translation, interpretation and transcription services.