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Of course is the insurance industry in USA and CANADA. You learn a lot from interpreting calls for insurance. One of the most important things that I learned is to never take the first offer if they are trying to settle.

Second largest user of interpreting for personal banking and investment banking. As I mentioned before you learn lot by listening/ interpreting. Teaches you to save money, learn basic banking rules and know the baking institutions are going to hold the money as long as they are allowed to.

Interpreting emergency calls (911), 311, and other government branches teaches you people need help urgently, and need basic assistance.

Interpreting for the United States Citizenship Immigration Services with the asylum officers teaches you about foreign problems. I cannot share the stories because I took an oath to keep everything confidential. The names are forgotten but the stories are stored in my memory. I have heard countless of stories of immigrants fleeing from their countries. I believe the U.S.A will have a Latino president in the future no doubt and might be a Latina.

The interpreting experience is a tool for understanding the Latin American culture. I want to share my experience the struggles and triumphs to consult organizations.

Let’s celebrate the differences of our diverse world and let’s be aware of our shortfalls.

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Pedro Diaz Jr.

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