ARABIC INTERPRETING AND TRANSLATING ASSIGNMENTS AROUND AUSTRALIA
We receive regular requests for Arabic translators and interpreters, whether Egyptian, Sudanese, Arabian or any of the many other dialects of Egyptian, one of our team is usually able to assist the client.
Amongst the other requests we have had numerous clients requiring their birth, marriage and or educational certificates translated, often for citizenship applications which require NAATI certification, we are always happy to assist with these requests. A Queensland Government organization required the translation of some safety recordings for their public transport system into Arabic as well as some other languages, this required transcribing the recordings, translating the transcriptions and then reading and recording the translations. The same organization returned some weeks later requesting the transaltion of their newsletter into several languages including Arabic.
A Canberra based government organization booked two telephone interpreters to assist with telephone conferences on one day, one for a half hour and another for 60 minutes. The same organization then booked an interpreter to attend court for a day and a half to assist with witness testimonies, they returned several weeks later requiring numerous further Arabic court interpreters either for a half day and day at the Supreme Court. A large medical insurance organization arranged for an interpreter to attend 2 specialist medical appointments with their clients in Sydney on 2 consecutive days. A separate similar firm also required an interpreter for a medical appointment in Sydney the same week. A large firm of medical opinion providers booked a several interpreters to assist their patients with various specialist medical appointments in Sydney over a period of two weeks. A prestigious Sydney law firm contacted us to find an Arabic interpreter to attend a legal conference in Chambers for an hour. A legal organization in the ACT required the services of an interpreter for 3 hours at their offices to assist with a client meeting. A marketing company in New South Wales booked two interpreters for four hours to assist with an event. An insurance company booked a telephone interpreter to discuss a claim with a client.
As you can see our translators and interpreters are kept busy all over the country by a variety of requests for assistance. Should you require assistance in any circumstances we will be happy to assist.