Burmese Translation and Interpretation Services in Los Angeles by Professional Burmese Translators and Interpreters

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Burmese to English and English to Burmese translator in Yangon, Myanmar

There is a fairly large Burmese community in Los Angeles, where people from Myanmar have established here in the last a few decades.

The earliest major immigration of people from Myanmar occurred from the 1960's to the late 1970's, when Burmese professionals, the majority of them being Chinese Burmese, emigrated from Myanmar.  After the national uprising of Myanmar in 1988, a second wave of Burmese people immigrated to the United States.

Today, most Burmese people reside in San Gabriel Valley of the Greater Los Angeles area.  Most of the Burmese or Burmese Americans are either professionals, such as doctors or dentists, or small business owners.  The Burmese population in Los Angeles is highly educated, contributing to the diversity of the city of Los Angeles.

Our Burmese Translation and Interpretation Services

We provide Burmese translation and interpretation services by our Burmese translators and interpreters in Los Angeles.  We do written documents translations as well as oral in-person interpretations.

Please contact us

By Email:

info@certifiedchinesetranslation.com
(Received instantaneously through Blackberry)

By Phone:

888-852-8333
(Toll Free.  If busy, please call 626-282-9186 or the number below, or email)


626-487-8909
(24 hour mobile number, or if calling from outside of the US)

By Fax:

626-282-9252


 

Our office in Los Angeles

In East Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley

401 N. Garfield Ave. #1
Alhambra, CA 91801

Recent Updates on the Burmese Community in Los Angeles

As the policies of economic liberalization of current President of Myanmar, Thein Sein, move forward, many Burmese people in Los Angeles have made visits to their home country, Myanmar.  They are surprised by the measures and steps taken by Thein Sein, and they are looking forward to contributing to the economic development of Myanmar.