For immigration purposes, will you please comply with the following request.

Japanese translation: 不正入国防止のため、ご協力お願いします。Fusei nyuukoku boushi no tame, gokyouryoku onegaisimasu.

07:04 Sep 26, 2000
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: For immigration purposes, will you please comply with the following request.
We have a list of questions for suspected Chinese Nationals using forged Japanese Passports who intend to illegally enter the United States. This phrase is a polite request we wish to use when asking them to comply with one of 3 questions we already have printed in Japanese.
Rick Marsh
Japanese translation:不正入国防止のため、ご協力お願いします。Fusei nyuukoku boushi no tame, gokyouryoku onegaisimasu.
Explanation:
不正入国 illegal entrance
防止 prevent
ご協力 comply with a request

This is not a word by word translation, but is a polite and understandable way of saying this phrase in Japanese.
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na不正入国防止のため、ご協力お願いします。Fusei nyuukoku boushi no tame, gokyouryoku onegaisimasu.
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不正入国防止のため、ご協力お願いします。Fusei nyuukoku boushi no tame, gokyouryoku onegaisimasu.


Explanation:
不正入国 illegal entrance
防止 prevent
ご協力 comply with a request

This is not a word by word translation, but is a polite and understandable way of saying this phrase in Japanese.

Keiko (X)
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