When a Japanese and a foreigner get married, there are many cases where one or both of them are remarried.
In Japan, the Civil Code stipulates the period during which remarriage is prohibited.
A woman may not remarry until 100 days have elapsed from the date of dissolution or rescission of her previous marriage except when she was not pregnant at the time of the dissolution or rescission of her previous marriage, or when she gave birth after the dissolution or rescission of her previous marriage.
Regulations on the period during which remarriage is prohibited differ from country to country, and some countries do not have any regulations.
Therefore, when a Japanese person and a foreigner get married, it is possible that they cannot legally marry in Japan, but they can get married in the other country.
In order for the status of residence to be recognized as "Spouse or Child of Japanese National" due to marriage, it is necessary to have a legally valid marriage relationship in both countries.
Therefore, if the person who intends to get married falls under the provisions of Japan's prohibition of remarriage, first marry according to the method of the other country, and then marry according to the method of Japan.
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