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          Contact Us—Florida Answers you Seek!

          Published by the BRITISH BUREAU of Florida,? established 1991.?
          PUBLISHER : ?Patricia Kawaja ?[ex-Londoner].? [305] 371-9340? Office in downtown Miami.
          MAILING ADDRESS:? ?British Bureau of Florida, 1717 North Bayshore Drive Suite 3250, Miami FL 33132
          We guarantee to get you sorted!? ?Send your query to??britishbusinessflorida@gmail.com
          On subject line put? “Query from British website.”? ?IMPORTANT:? Include your Name + City.??

          Since 1991, the British Bureau has been the Florida Source for all Things British. ?We have found the answer for every British-Florida 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]? ? 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. began his phone call with that! remark.? ? 7] OTHER EXAMPLES:? ?Past?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 Tallahassee? ? 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 people helped since 1991—PK Publisher

          NOTE: ? ?UK Brits wishing to move to Florida should FIRST read the green EMIGRATE page on this website. ?

          ?? ARE YOU A BRIT LIVING IN FLORIDA? ?OR UK BRIT WITH PROPERTY THERE? ?Sign up for our eBritnews email—invitations to local British events and info relevant to expats. ?Send email to? britishbusinessflorida@gmail.com? On subject line put: ?Receive Florida eBritnews. IMPORTANT: Include your city + contact phone.??