The status of residence of "Student" is also recognized when attending a Japanese university, graduate school, vocational school, high school, junior high school or elementary school.However, if you go to junior high school or elementary school, please note that there are the following requirements.
Yesterday was the announcement of the passing of the Certified Administrative Procedures Legal Specialists exam.New!!
Yesterday was the announcement of the passing of the Certified Administrative Procedures Legal Specialists exam.Congratulations to everyone who passed.I think that many of you who have passed the exam are thinking of registering as an administrative scrivener as soon as possible and working as an administrative scrivener.If you are already working as an administrative scrivener, […]
One way for foreign couples living in Japan to bring their children living abroad is "Dependent".In addition to legitimate children, adopted children and recognized illegitimate children who have reached the age of majority are also eligible for "Dependent".However, working in Japan is not permitted under "Dependent" status, so it is necessary for the parents to […]
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 […]
Things that people working in "Engineer/Specialist in Humanities/International Services" must be aware ofNew!!
"Engineer/Specialist in Humanities/International Services" is a status of residence that can be obtained by those who meet the educational background or practical experience requirements.Therefore, it is a condition that you will be engaged in work related to the department you have acquired at a university, etc. or work related to your practical experience.Foreigners working in […]
Foreigners residing in Japan are granted status of residence according to their activities.The “Student” status of residence is for receiving education at Japanese universities and other schools, while the “Engineer/Specialist in Humanities/International Services” status is for working at Japanese companies, etc.If you do not engage in these activities for three months or more, your status […]
When a person with a status of residence of “Spouse or Child of Japanese National” wants to bring his biological child from his home country
It is possible that a person who has remarried a Japanese person and is residing in Japan with the status of residence of "Spouse or Child of a Japanese National" may wish to bring his or her biological child from his/her home country to Japan.In that case, depending on the age of the child, the […]
For foreigners who have stayed in Japan on a “Dependent” and wish to continue working in Japan after graduating from a Japanese high school
I believe that there are many foreigners who have stayed in Japan on a “Dependent” basis and wish to continue working in Japan after graduating from high school in Japan.For foreigners to work in Japan, it is necessary to obtain a Working Visa.However, there is no Working Visa that foreigners who wish to find a […]
If a foreigner working in Japan with a working visa retires or changes jobs, they must notify the Immigration Services Agency within 14 days from the date of retirement or change of job.This notification must be made by the person himself/herself, and failure to do so may result in a fine of up to 200,000 […]
For a foreigner who works as a chef with a “Skilled Labor” status of residence to open his own restaurant
I think that some foreigners who work as chefs with a “Skilled Labor” status of residence want to open their own restaurant independently.Unfortunately, a person with a “Skilled Labor” visa cannot become a so-called owner chef.With the status of residence of "Skilled Labor", it is not possible to run a restaurant.The status of residence for […]