I'm a naturalized citizen of the United States, but I had to learn English to take my citizenship test ("HMOs Criticized Over Refusal to Give Data," Sept. 30).
There was no bilingual education in school. Within one year of my arriving here, I was fluent in English.
By catering to every foreigner in his or her own language, my cost of providing services (e.g., printing DMV handbooks in 25 languages, translators, etc.) goes up. And, more important, it makes the nation divided, not united.