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In an effort to serve a broader cross-section of the American public, the NCUA will translate portions of its website into Spanish for those with limited English proficiency, the agency announced Tuesday.

The Spanish-language version at espanol.ncua.gov includes translations of the agency’s home page, landing pages and press releases. In all, audiences can access more than 500 pages of translated content. Regulatory and supervisory content that is available online, including Letters to Credit Unions, NCUA’s Rules and Regulations, Examiners Guide and the National Supervision Policy Manual, have not yet been translated into Spanish.

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