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Q: The Consulate General of the Philippines hereby confirms that Mrs. Arina Tanner, currently residing at Mondstr. 20, 82347 Munich, Germany, arrived in the Philippines on 3 July 2019 and left the Philippines on 15 September 2019.
She has not returned to the Philippines since that date.

Please correct my sentences into into flawless English! Thank you for your help! soa natural?
A: × The Consulate General of the Philippines hereby confirms that Mrs. Arina Tanner, currently residing at Mondstr.
✓ The Consulate General of the Philippines confirms that Mrs. Arina Tanner, currently residing at Moon St.

× 20, 82347 Munich, Germany, arrived in the Philippines on 3 July 2019 and left the Philippines on 15 September 2019.
✓ 20, 82347 (<--sind diese Nummern Hausnummer und Postleitzahl?) Munich, Germany, arrived in the Philippines on July 3, 2019. She left the Philippines on September 15, 2019.

× She has not returned to the Philippines since that date.
✓ She has not returned to the Philippines since then.

The sentences sound very formal and official, like something in a legal document.
Q: I went to Consulate General of Japan to renew my driver's licence because today was school holiday. I took a later bus that was less crowded. There are few people in the consulate and it takes short time to finish the procedure. I was surprised the staff spoke to me in Japanese because it’s been a while I last talked in Japanese. soa natural?
A: × I went to Consulate General of Japan to renew my driver's licence because today was school holiday.
✓ I went to the Consulate General of Japan to renew my driver's licence because today was a school holiday.

× There are few people in the consulate and it takes short time to finish the procedure.
✓ There were few people in the consulate and it took a short time to finish the procedure.

× I was surprised the staff spoke to me in Japanese because it’s been a while I last talked in Japanese.
✓ I was surprised the staff spoke to me in Japanese because it’s been a while since I last spoke in Japanese.

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