Assamese language translation and interpreting service

Assamese is the easternmost member of the Indo-European language family. It is spoken as a first language by 12.8 million people primarily in the Indian state of Assam, and in a number of other neighbouring Indian states.

In 1826, Bengali became the official language of Assam as a result of the British occupation. However, Assamese was reinstated as the official language some fifty years later in the 1870’s. Today, Assamese is recognized as the official working language of the Indian state of Assam.

Our Assamese language translation and interpreting services include:

  • Document translation
  • Client interviews
  • Court appearances
  • Depositions
  • Immigration interviews
  • Prison visits
  • Business meetings
  • Client presentations
  • Factory/site visits
  • Hospital visits
  • International trade fairs