In Florida, it is easy to find a Latino community which is almost everywhere. We have so many Spanish-speaking friends who came from Puerto Rico, Columbia and other countries in South America. I can hear Spanish language daily and whenever I go, I am acquainted with them. In fact, our newspaper has a Spanish translation too and when you flip the career pages, some job requirements needed bilingual (Spanish-English) applicants. In the supermarkets, some signage written in English has Spanish translations too.
Just the other day, a woman approached me asking for help about the form she was holding. But, she was talking in Spanish and I tried to help her using my broken-Spanish, LOL. It was hard to communicate because I can understand her question but, I have limited Spanish words and I replied in English but, she can't understand even simple English.
In my country, Spanish is an obsolete subject so; our curriculum substitutes IT subjects. But, here in the US, Spanish translator is a big time job. People are seeking for a Spanish translation service for translations on their legal papers. If you are seeking for an online Spanish translation company, just check out the links here. As for me, I might study Spanish language now so; I can help the Latino when they approach me for help.