Relocation to Japan?
Administrative support is waiting for you!!!
A Gyoseishoshi is a Japanese version of an official solicitor who prepares legal documents and gives general information on related matters. A solicitor in Japan has his or her own specialty such as visa application, incorporation procedures, etc. Each specialist finds the best solution to meet the growing needs of clients.
I would like to be a primary contact for your administrative procedure issues in Japan. What would you do, for instance, when you have a health problem? You would probably seek advice from your family doctor at first. I believe a Gyoseishoshi should be your first contact when it comes to your legal paperwork problems in Japan.
Do you have any legal problem concerning document preparation in Japan?
When it is difficult to figure out who exactly you should contact, please feel free to ask me.
- Pinpoint the cause of your problem through e-mail.
- Provide services you need if we reach an agreement.
- Make a referral to other specialists when needed.
Welcome to Makuhari Baytown, Chiba. The town is conveniently located near Narita International Airport and downtown Tokyo. Walking or cycling gives you the most pleasant experience in the town while there are many ways to get around Chiba and its nearby Bay Area. Schools and parks as well as retail shops are all within walking distance. An international school is in our neighborhood and many non-Japanese residents live in this area. I would like to offer a customized and professional relocation service through my expertise and our community support. I will be very happy to assist you with your whole relocation planning.
Total Relocation Service can be customized to meet your request and would mainly include administrative and legal procedure support: immigration related issues, school and driver's license paperwork as well as other governmental administrative procedures.
Check out our supporting organization: Makuhari Expat & Japanese Connection, M.E.J.C.
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