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Although Mexico has almost 80 native languages across the country, the government nor the constitution specify an official language (not even Spanish), also, some regions of the nation do not speak any modern way of language and still preserve their ancient dialect without knowing any other language.
Guaraní is, along with Spanish, the official language of Paraguay, and is spoken by a majority of the population.
Today, mestizos make up the majority of Latin America's population.
Starting in the late 16th century, a large number of African slaves were brought to Latin America, especially to Brazil and the Caribbean.
This cultural heritage is (arguably improperly) called Latin or Latino in United States' English. S., and in many languages (especially romance ones) "Latino" just means "Latin", referring to cultures and peoples that can trace their heritage back to the ancient Roman Empire. Spanish is the language in the majority of the countries (See Spanish language in the Americas).
Portuguese is spoken primarily in Brazil (See Brazilian Portuguese), where it is both the official and the national language.
Many Latin American countries also have a substantial tri-racial population, which ancestry is a mix of Amerindians, Europeans and Africans.
Nowadays, Blacks make up the majority of the population in most Caribbean.
Many of the African slaves in Latin America mixed with the Europeans and their descendants (known as Mulattoes) make up the majority of the population in some countries, such as the Dominican Republic, and large percentages in Brazil, Colombia, etc.
Latin American House's Legal and Social Advice Service (LESAS) provides FREE legal advice in relation to immigration, benefits, family and employment law matters.
Our immigration law advice and casework service is currently funded by Trust for London.