The U.S. Census Bureau is releasing a new language code table with the release of the 2016 American Community Survey estimates in September 2017. Languages are currently grouped in the American FactFinder tool in Table B16001 that tabulates languages based on the top 39 language categories. The languages of Haitian, Punjabi, Bengali, Telugu and Tamil are being added into the table where they previously fell under the “French Creole,” “Other Indic languages” and “Other Asian languages” categories. Data on these languages will soon be accessible through American FactFinder and the Census Bureau’s application programming interface. The estimates of Punjabi, Bengali, Telugu and Tamil speakers are currently available in the American Community Survey Public Use Microdata Sample for the nation, states and many counties and metropolitan areas.