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Published by the BRITISH BUREAU of Florida established 1991.
[305] 371-9340 Office in downtown Miami.
Email:    publisher@britishflorida.com
PUBLISHER of this website:  Patricia Kawaja  [ex-Londoner].
EMAIL US ANY QUESTIONS RELATING TO BRITISH MATTERS IN FLORIDA.
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NOTE:    UK Brits wishing to move to Florida should FIRST read the green EMIGRATE page on this website.  Since 1991, The British Bureau has been Your Florida Source for all Things English, Scottish, Welsh, Irish.  We have found the answer for every question ever asked.    Example 1 :   A Scotsman in Boca Raton calls: “I urgently need a haggis to take to a Burns Supper this weekend.  We sourced one for him.    Example 2 :  American lady phoned :  “I need somebody who can sing in Gaelic for my daughter’s wedding. Everybody says to call you.”  I found exactly the person for the wedding.   Example  3   My favourite [framed on office wall].:   On November 3, 1996 an Indian man calls me from Miami. ” HE:  I’m a cricket fan. I just called the BBC in Miami to ask how I can tune my satellite dish to watch the cricket.  They told me: “Call Patricia Kawaja—–she knows everything.”     Example  4]  August 2010.  You are the only one who has been ANY HELP to me. Calling the British Embassy in Washington is a joke. I paid to speak to a real human being and she just re-directed me to the Careline number in the UK  which costs a fortune and they only told me exactly what is already on the Embassy web site!   Award yourself 10/10 for an excellent service Patricia –Edward H. in Chicago     Example  5 :  Woman in Palm Beach phoned me. SHE: I just called the British Embassy in Washington. They referred me to you. [After I helped her with info and sources she required]: “Gosh, you’re miles better than the British Embassy. You’ve got all the answers.”    Example 6:   “I’ve been told you are the be all and end all, the bees knees of everything British in Florida.”–Alan Forest in  Turks and Caicos.    Amongst the queries our office has advised people on:  How do I divorce my American husband in Boca Raton?    How do I repatriate my Mum’s body who just died  in Florida?  Where can I watch [Scottish] Rangers matches in Tampa?  Where can I get an authentic English Sunday Roast with Yorkshire Pudding in Ft. Lauderdale?    How can I study at a University over in the UK?    Where can I get a red London phone booth to stand outside my new British business in Delray Beach?   ……..thousands more helped over my 25 + years in Florida business—PK    

 

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