Helping newcomers and multilingual communities
More than 41 million immigrants live in America, and some have unique needs when it comes to managing their finances. Millions of people in the United States are more comfortable using Spanish, Chinese, French, Haitian Créole, Tagalog, Korean, and Vietnamese—the most widely spoken languages in the United States other than English.
Considerations like limited English proficiency and unfamiliarity with the U.S. banking system can make it hard to navigate the financial marketplace. To help these consumers understand common products and transactions, we provide information in these languages.
Help by phone is available in more than 180 languages when you call (855) 411-2372.
Find the resources you want, in the languages you need
For the people you serve who have proficiency in languages other than English, we offer information that they can read and listen to, in their preferred languages.
Spanish | Español
Chinese | 中文
Vietnamese | Tiếng Việt
Korean | 한국어
Filipino | Tagalog
Russian | Pусский
Arabic | العربية
Haitian Creole | Kreyòl Ayisyen
Language Access Plan
We are committed to providing persons with limited English proficiency (LEP) meaningful access to our program and services. On Oct. 8, 2014, the CFPB released a for public comment. We received numerous comments on the Proposed Language Access Plan and carefully considered the comments we received. Since then, we have made a number of additional efforts to provide LEP consumers with resources.
The describes how we provide LEP individuals access to information, services, activities, and programs and how our language access activities are implemented across our operations, programs, and services.