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Author:Tsukuba City Hall, Issue: September 2003, Topic: Advice


The City of Tsukuba offers free information services for foreign residents of Tsukuba. You can ask for advice on issues such as visa or residence status, human rights concerns in your workplace, marriage, taxes, insurance, legal information, etc. You can also ask for help with issues in your daily life. Advice is available in English (Tues), Chinese (Wed), Japanese (Tues/Wed), Korean (Wed), and Thai (Tues) from 10am to 4:45pm. You may call, write, or have a direct meeting with one of the counsellors (appt. necessary). Call 029-857-1870 for more information.

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