Lawyers to Offer Free Legal Counseling for Expats

Write : 2017-05-16 14:48:46 Update : 2017-05-16 15:46:15

The government will provide free legal services for expatriates in South Korea next week.

The Justice Ministry has arranged for more than 90 licensed attorneys to provide legal counseling from Monday through Wednesday at 15 immigration offices around the country.

The program will mark the tenth anniversary of "Together Day," which is celebrated on May 20 to promote harmony among Koreans and expats. 

Help will be provided in the areas of civil and criminal procedures and labor law. Lawyers will also be available to offer tips on home leasing and day-to-day legal issues.

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