Day Translations, Inc. is proud and honored to serve the government of the Commonwealth of Virginia. As their language services provider, we extend a 10 percent discount on all the language services requirements of the appointed and elected government officials and employees of the state. The Commonwealth serves more than 8 million residents, where some of the largest ethnic communities are Non-Hispanic Whites. The population of Virginia is quite diverse, with a large African American community, whose ancestors worked in the hemp, cotton and tobacco plantations of Virginia. The state has a large community of migrants who speak various languages, including Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, Mandarin and other Chinese languages and Filipino.
We feel humbled yet very happy to serve the state that looks after such a diverse community. The government of Virginia includes the Executive Branch and the Governor’s Cabinet, the Legislative Branch and the Judiciary as well as its local government administration. As a leading provider of language services with an international presence, we at Day Translations aim to bring and share our expertise in various languages and diverse clientele to serve the translation and interpreting requirements of the State of Virginia’s government. In so doing, we likewise gain new experiences, share mutual trust and understanding and get the chance to serve a diverse set of people whose goals are for the future of the Commonwealth and its constituents.
Day Translations aim to provide various language services to the Government of Virginia, one with such a multi-ethnic composition. We offer certified translations, document translations, legal translations, medical translations and business and finance translations. We are also capable of providing assistance on immigration and passport requirements as well as interpreting services. Day Translations is open 24/7, all days of the week. We are happy to serve any time of the day. We are easily reached through phone and email.
The Colony of Virginia was established in the 17th century, but it was first populated some 12,000 years back. Virginia’s shape and climate are determined by the Chesapeake Bay and the Blue Ridge Mountains. One of its many nicknames is “Mother of Presidents” due to the eight Virginians who became Presidents of the United States. Likewise, the state is the home of Virginia Indian noble Pocahontas, the ancestress of several members of the First Families of Virginia.
Virginia is the location of the Shenandoah National Park. The state has 17 state forests, 34 state parks, more than 400 caves and various flora and fauna. The Chesapeake Bay is a well-known source of blue crabs, oysters, rockfish and clams.
North Virginia is the home of the Central Intelligence Agency, the Department of Defense, the National Science Foundation, the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the United States Geological Survey. Virginia is the location of the world’s largest naval base, Naval Station Norfolk.
It has the largest technology workforce, several local and international companies and more than 12,000 small businesses engaged in various trades, and hosts 20 companies listed in Fortune 500.