This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on concepts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book describes unique contribution to studies of sociolinguistics by establishing, once and for all, the meanings that language and community hold for people and not simply for nation-states defined by geographic territories. It rests on the extensive theoretical and empirical contributions to the study of the language of US Latinos and reviews the ideologies and identities as well as the individual and institutional language practices of US Latinos. The commodification of identities and language emerges as a most important topic in the treatment of Latino Diasporas in a globalized world. The Latino diaspora encompasses many national groups that come together, in a new geographical territory. The book documents how mobile phones and the Internet make possible the ability of Latino migrants to maintain bonding with those in the homeland as well as act as a bridge with those in the new society.