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Introducing the Multilingual Resource Center
USCIS has introduced a new Multilingual Resource Center that centralizes our foreign languages resources. This site will allow those we serve to access information on the USCIS application process and many other frequently asked questions in a variety of languages. In an effort to make this new feature as useful as possible, we have expanded our content and now provide certain documents and information in 22 different languages. Users can now conveniently view and download these documents at the touch of a button at http://www.uscis.gov/multilingual.
One of the highlights of the Multilingual Resource Center launch is a collection of 13 newly translated "How Do I…?" guides in Chinese. The English versions of these guides have proven to be very useful to immigration benefit seekers. Now sponsors, family members and friends will be able to hand them to the native Chinese speaker they are helping. These guides are also available in Spanish via our USCIS Español site.
The Multilingual Resource Center is another example of USCIS’s commitment to fully engage with the diverse public we serve.