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British Consular Clinic Jeju 2013

All British Citizens and their families are warmly welcome to join the first British Consular Clinic in Jeju.

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British Consular Clinic Jeju 2013
British Consular Clinic Jeju 2013
  • 5.30pm – 8.30pm
  • 30th September 2013
  • Venue: North London Collegiate School Jeju, Recital Room, 3rd Floor (School Website www.nlcsjeju.co.kr, Phone number +82 64 727 7771)

All British Citizens and their families are warmly welcome to join the first British Consular Clinic in Jeju. Our aim is to help Brits living in Jeju to better understand and access the services the Embassy offers citizens in Korea, update you on key changes to how we help Brits overseas in normal times and in crises, and answer any question you might have.

There will also be a limited opportunity to provide notarial services on the evening by prior appointment. If you are interested in receiving such a service, please book in advance by e-mail by lunchtime on 25 September. Examples of some popular notary services include affidavits for eligibility of marriage, certificates of signature, administering of oaths, declarations and affirmations, and notarising driving license certificates. For a full list, please visit our website.

So please come along to our first consular clinic and community get-together in Jeju. We look forward to meeting you there!

Drinks and finger food provided.

To help us prepare appropriately, please contact the consular team at the British Embassy to register your interest:

Published 26 September 2013