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  • Embassy Contact Information
    1-10-5 Akasaka
    Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8420 JAPAN
    Phone: 03-3224-5000
    Fax: 03-3505-1862

    American citizens traveling to Japan or residing their require many information to be aware of as well as Japanese citizens will to travel to united states either temporarily or permanently . They us consulate office in Tokyo provides useful information in both cases

    The main concern of the American citizen department of the consulate is the safety of the American citizens present in Tokyo

    They provide them with helpful information that can be used in maintaining the safety of the citizens in Japanese territory. Registering American citizen’s birth in Japan and issuing their birth certificates, social security numbers and their passports.

    Registering the staying of US citizens in Japan in order to reach them easily in case of emergency. offering all passport services for American citizen as issuing new passport, renew old one , report a stolen passport and replacing it , extending the passport validity and adding extra pages for visa in it .

    Also the American citizen department of the consulate office gives very useful guide to Americans intending to marry in Japan.

    If your partner is not American or not holding a green card he/ she would need a visa to enter the United States Medical care information can be accessed from the American citizen department of the consulate during working hours; you will find a list of doctors / hospitals / medical centers, addresses, phone numbers which are able to assist citizens who need medical attention during their stay in Japan Also the consulate offers the Japanese departments need to be contacted if you suspect an anthrax contaminated item Law firms in Japan.

    Japanese law firms list can be found in the consulate during the working hours with no responsibility of the consulate about their reputation or professionalism

    Visas for the United States
    Immigrant visas can be issued under many categories immediate relative, fiancé (e) and diversity lottery visa
    Each category has its own regulation which should be fulfilled to apply for this type especially the diversity lottery visa which has changeable information every year
    The non immigrant visa can also be issued under many categories as athletes/artists, tourism, study, employment, crew member, exchange visitors, media, student etc...
    Documentation and forms
    Every type has its own forms supplied by the embassy and documents to be presented by the applicant during his interview with the officer
    The fees for non immigrant visa is 131 $ us dollars non refundable to be paid in easy ATM machines
    Visa waiver program
    Some applicants who intend to visit United States for less than 90 days and meet certain qualifications may not need a visa and more information about this program can be gained through the embassy

    Embassy Holiday List 2008

    New Year's Day Jan. 1, 2008 Tuesday
    Adults Day * Jan. 14 Monday
    Martin Luther King's Birthday Jan. 21 Monday
    National Foundation Day * Feb. 11 Monday
    Presidents Day Feb. 18 Monday
    Golden Week Holidays * April 29,
    May 5-6
    Tuesday, Monday-Tuesday
    Memorial Day May 26 Monday
    Independence Day July 4 Friday
    Marine Day * July 21 Monday
    Labor Day Sept. 1 Monday
    Respect for the Aged Day * Sept. 15 Monday
    Columbus Day Oct. 13 Monday
    Culture Day * Nov. 3 Monday
    Veterans Day Nov. 11 Tuesday
    Labor Thanksgiving Day * Nov. 23 Sunday (To be observed on Monday, Nov. 24)
    Thanksgiving Day Nov. 27 Thursday
    Emperor's Birthday * Dec. 23 Tuesday
    Christmas Day Dec. 25 Thursday

       
     
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