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New Mexico is a state located in the southwestern region of the United States. It's Capital city is Santa Fe, but its largest city, and most populated, is Albuquerque. It's population is 1,984,000 (2008 est) Inhabited by Native American populations for many centuries, it has also been part of the Imperial Spanish viceroyalty of New Spain, part of Mexico, and a U.S. territory. According to the Census Bureau, 1.5% of the population is Multiracial / Mixed-Race, a population larger than both the Asian and NHPI population groups. In 2008 New Mexico had the highest percentage (45%) of Hispanics of any state, some recent immigrants and others descendants of Spanish colonists. The state also has a large Native American population, third, in percentage, behind Alaska and Oklahoma.
The climate of New Mexico is highly arid and its territory is mostly covered by mountains high plains, and desert. The United States Census Bureau, estimated New Mexico's population at 2,130,000, The center of population of New Mexico is located in Torrance County, in the town of Manzano. According to the United States Census, the most commonly claimed ancestry groups in New Mexico were: Mexican (16%), American Indian (10%), German (9%), Hispanic (9%), and Spanish (9%). According the 2000 U.S. Census, 28.76% of the population aged 5 and older speak Spanish at home, while 4% speak Navajo.
Language Marketplace has been providing professional Interpretation and Translation services in New Mexico to a wide range of clients for many years.
We have English | Spanish | French language coordinators and conference interpreter services. Below is a list of towns and cities in New Mexico that Language Marketplace presently has customers:
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Translation Services in Albuquerque
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“Smokey Bear,” a cub orphaned by fire in 1950, buried in Smokey Bear Historical State Park, New Mexico, in 1976.