Translating Arabic/Islamic calligraphy on certificates
Thread poster: Dan Mackey

Dan Mackey
United States
Local time: 22:15
Arabic to English
Mar 8, 2017

What is standard practice? Should I screenshot these elements on certificates such as birth certificates or marriage licenses and copy them onto my translation final product? I will translate them if possible, but often times these are much too ornate for me to decipher.

Alternatively, is there a forum anyone would suggest I could seek assistance for deciphering calligraphy?


 


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