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Foreigner Consultation Day In Tsukuba

Author: Author unknown, Issue: September 1996, Topic: Events, Legal

The Foreigner Consultation Section of the Ibaraki International Association will sponsor a "Free Legal Advice Day" on Saturday, October 12 at the Tsukuba Information Center. Interpreters will be available in 9 languages and all consultations will be kept strictly confidential. So if you have legal questions or problems, this is a great opportunity to get some help.

The session begins at 11 am and continues until 5 pm. The languages consultation is available in are: English, Bengali, Portuguese, Chinese, Thai, Korean, Spanish, Tagalog and Persian (in addition, of course, to Japanese). For further information, call the Information Center at 52-6789 or the Foreigner Consultation Section in Mito at 029-244-3811. If you are in a hurry, a similar session will be held in Mito on September 19th.

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