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Q1:What should I do when I desire to enter Japan?
A1: You must have your passport to be issued by the government first of all.
And then, according to the purpose of your entering Japan, you should have a proper visa issued by Japanese embassy etc.
Q2:What kind of procedures are required when I have arrived at Japan?
A2:When you arrive at Japan, you are to be examined by the officers in the immigration bureau.
Then, you will have your passport stamped with "landing permission."
The conditions to landing permission are below.
* Valid passport
* In principle, your visa should have been stamped on your passport.
* Your purpose of entering Japan is proper for the staus of residence in Japan.
* That you do not fall within any one of the reasons for Denial of Landing.
***Any alien who falls within any one of the following items shall be denied permission for landing in Japan:
(1) A patient who falls in any of the following categories of the infections, which are provided for by the Law Concerning Prevention of Infections and Medical Care for Patients of Infections (Law No.114, 1998); category 1 or category 2 infections or designated infections (in respect of the infections to which the provisions of Article 19 or 20 of the Act shall apply, in accordance with the Cabinet Order under the provisions of Article 7 of the Act) including a person who is regarded as a patient of category 1 or category 2 infections or designated infections under the provisions of Article 8 of the Act, or any person who has symptoms of new infections;
(2) Any person who is mentally defective as prescribed by the Law Concerning Mental Health And Welfare For The Mentally Disabled (Law No.123 of 1950);
(3) Any person who is a pauper, vagrant, etc., and is likely to become a burden on the Japanese Government or a local public entity because of inability to make a living;
(4) Any person who has been convicted of a violation of any law or regulation of Japan, or of any other country, and sentenced to penal servitude or imprisonment for 1 year or more, or to a penalty equivalent thereto except for those convicted of a political offense;
(5) Any person who has been convicted of a violation of any law or regulation of Japan or of any other country relating to control of narcotics, marijuana, opium, stimulants or psychotropic substances and sentenced to a penalty;
(5)-2 Any person who has been convicted of a violation of any law or regulation of Japan or of any other country or has been deported from Japan in accordance with the provision of the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act or expelled from any other country in accordance with the provision of any law or regulation of that country for killing, injuring, assaulting or threatening a person, or damaging or destroying a building or other thing in relation to the process or result of an international-scale competition or a competition of the equivalent scale or an international-scale conference (hereinafter referred to as "international competition, etc.")or with intent to prevent smooth operation thereof, and is likely to kill, injure, assault or threaten a person, or damage or destroy a building or other thing in relation to the process or result of an international competition, etc. held in Japan or with intent to prevent the smooth operation thereof, at the venue of the international competition, etc. or within the area of a municipality where the venue is located (This refers to "ward" where Tokyo Special Wards exist or for cities designated in Article 252-19, Paragraph 1 of the Local Autonomy Law (Law No.67 of 1947).) or in a neighboring place provided for use by unspecified or many people;
(6) Any person who illegally possesses any narcotics or psychotropic substances as provided for by the Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Control Law (Law No.14 of 1953), or marijuana as provided for by the Marijuana Control Law (Law No.124 of 1948), or poppy, opium or poppy plant as provided for by the Opium Law (Law No.71 of 1954), or stimulants or raw materials used for stimulants as provided for by the Stimulants Control Law (Law No.252 of 1951), or any other paraphernalia used for smoking or eating opium;
(7) Any person who engages or has engaged in prostitution, or procuring prostitutes for other persons or solicitation or furnishing a place for prostitution, or any other business directly connected with prostitution;
(8) Any person who illegally possesses firearms or swords, etc. provided for by the Law for Controlling the Possession, etc. of Firearms, Swords, etc. (Law No.6 of 1958) or explosives provided for by the Explosives Control Law (Law No.149 of 1950);
(9) Any person who has been denied landing for coming under the provision of either Item (6)or the preceding item and 1 year has not yet elapsed from the date of the denial, or any alien who has been deported from Japan for coming under any one of the items of Article 24 (except for Item (4), Sub-items (1) to (o) and Item (4)-3) and 5 years has not elapsed from the date of the deportation;
(9)-2 Any person who has been pronounced a sentence of penal servitude or imprisonment on the charge of a crime referred to in Book II, Chapters XII, XVI to XIX, XXIII, XXVI, XXVII, XXXI, XXXIII, XXXVI, XXXVII or XXXIX of the Penal Code of Japan (Law No. 45 of 1907), or in Article 1, 1-2 or 1-3 (except for the parts concerning Article 222 or 261 of the Penal Code of Japan) of the Law concerning Punishment of Physical Violence and Others (Law No. 60 of 1926), or in the Law for Prevention and Disposition of Robbery, Theft, etc. (Law No. 9 of 1930) during a stay in Japan with the status of residence described in the upper column of the Annexed Table I, and who has left Japan after that, and the judgement has become final when the person is outside of Japan, and five years have not yet elapsed from the date when the judgement became final;
(10) Any person who has been deported from Japan for coming under any one of Article 24, Item (4), Sub-items (1) to (o);
(11) Any person who attempts or advocates the overthrow of the Constitution of Japan or the Government formed thereunder by means of force or violence, or who organizes or is a member of a political party or any organization which attempts or advocates the same;
(12) Any person who organizes, or is a member of, or is closely affiliated with any of the following political parties or organizations:
Any political party or organization that encourages acts of violence or assaulting, killing, or injuring of officials of the Government
or local public entities for the reason of their being such officials;
Any political party or organization that encourages the illegal damage or destruction of public installations or facilities;
Any political party or organization that encourages an act of dispute such as stopping or preventing normal maintenance or operation of security equipment of a plant or place of work.
(13) Any person who attempts to prepare, distribute, or display printed matters, motion pictures, or any other documents or drawings to attain the objectives of any political party or organization provided for in Item (11) or the preceding item;
(14) Any person except those coming under the preceding items who the Minister of Justice has reasonable grounds to believe is likely to commit an act which could be detrimental to the interests or public security of Japan.
Q3:What qualifications are required to reside in Japan?
A3:
(1)
Status of Residence Activities authorized to engage in
Diplomat Activities on the part of constituent members of diplomatic missions or consular offices of foreign governments hosted by the Japanese Government; activities on the part of those who are provided with similar privileges and/or immunities as are granted to diplomatic missions in accordance with treaties or international customary practices; and activities on the part of their family members belonging to the same household.
Official Activities on the part of those who engage in the official business of foreign governments or international organizations recognized by the Japanese Government; and activities on the part of their family members belonging to the same household (excluding the activities described in this table's "Diplomat" column).
Professor Activities for research, direction of research or education at colleges, equivalent educational institutions or "Kotosenmongakko".
Artist Activities for the arts that provide income, including music, the fine arts, literature, etc.(excluding the activities described in the "Entertainer" column of Table (2)).
Religious Missionary and other religious activities conducted by foreign religionists
Activities dispatched by foreign religious organizations.
Journalist News coverage and other journalistic activities conducted on the basis of a contract with foreign journalistic organizations.


(2)
Status of Residence Activities authorized to engage in
Investor/Business
Manager
Activities to commence the operation of international trade or other business, to invest in international trade or other business and to operate or manage that business, or to operate or manage international trade or other business on behalf of the foreign nationals (including the foreign corporations; hereinafter in this section foreign national is to include foreign corporation) who have begun such an operation or have invested in such a business (excluding the activities to engage in the operation or management of the business which are not allowed without the legal qualifications described in this table's "Legal/Accounting Services" column).
Legal/Accounting
Services
Activities to engage in the legal or accounting business, which is required to be carried out by "GaikokuhoJimubengoshi", "Gaikokukoninkaikeishi" or those with other legal qualifications.
Medical Services Activities to engage in medical treatment services, which are required to be undertaken by physicians, dentists or those with other legal qualifications.
Researcher Activities to engage in research on the basis of a contract with public or private organizations in Japan (excluding the activities described in the Professor column of Table (1)).
Instructor Activities to engage in language instruction and other education at elementary schools, lower secondary schools, upper secondary schools, secondary educational schools ("Chutokyoikugakko"), special schools for the visually impaired, handicapped children's schools, advanced vocational schools ("Senshugakko"), vocational schools ("Kakushugakko") or the other educational institutions equivalent to vocational schools in facilities and curriculum.
Engineer Activities to engage in services, which require technology and/or knowledge pertinent to physical science, engineering or other natural science fields, on the basis of a contract with public or private organizations in Japan (excluding the activities under "Professor" column of Table (1) and excluding the activities described in the "Investor/Business Manager", "Medical Services", "Researcher", "Instructor", "Intra-company Transferee" and "Entertainer" columns of this Table).
Specialist in
Humanities/Inter-
national Services
Activities to engage in services, which require knowledge pertinent to jurisprudence, economics, sociology or other human science fields or to engage in services which require specific ways of thought or sensitivity based on experience with foreign culture, based on a contract with public or private organizations in Japan(excluding the activities described in the "Professor", "Artist" and "Journalist" columns of Table(1)and excluding the activities described in the "Investor/Business Manager", "Legal/Accounting Services", "Medical Services", "Researcher", "Instructor", "Intra-company Transferee" and "Entertainer" columns of this Table).
Intra-company
Transferee
Activities on the part of personnel who are transferred to business offices in Japan for a limited period of time from business offices which are established in foreign countries by public or private organizations which have head offices, branch offices or other business offices in Japan and who engage at these business offices in the activities described in the "Engineer" or "Specialist in Humanities/International Services" column of this Table.
Entertainer Activities to engage in theatrical performances, musical performances, sports or any other show business (excluding the activities described in the "Investor/Business Manager" column of this Table).
Skilled Labor Activities to engage in services, which require industrial techniques or skills belonging to special fields on the basis of a contract with public or private organizations in Japan.


(3)
Status of Residence Activities authorized to engage in
Cultural Activities Academic or artistic activities that provide no income, or activities for the purpose of pursuing specific studies on Japanese culture or arts, or activities for the purpose of learning and acquiring Japanese culture or arts under the guidance of experts (excluding the activities described in the columns from "College Student" to "Trainee" in Table(4)).
Temporary Visitor Sightseeing, recreation, sports, visiting relatives, going on inspection tours, participating in lectures or meetings, business contact or other similar activities during a short period of stay in Japan.


(4)
Status of Residence Activities authorized to engage in
College Student Activities to receive education at colleges or equivalent educational institutions, specialized courses of study at advanced vocational schools ("Senshugakko"), educational institutions designated for preparing persons who have completed 12 years of education at schools in foreign countries to enter college, or "Kotosenmongakko".
Pre-college
Student
Activities to receive education at high schools(excluding the latter courses of secondary educational schools("Chutokyoikugakko")), high school courses of special schools for the visually impaired or of handicapped children's schools, higher or general courses of advanced vocational schools ("Senshugakko"), or vocational schools ("Kakushugakko") (excluding the educational institution described in the "College Student" column of this table)or other educational institutions which are equivalent to vocational schools in facilities and curriculum.
Trainee Activities to learn and acquire the technology, skills or knowledge at public or private organizations in Japan(excluding the activities described in the "College Student" and "Pre-college Student" columns of this Table).
Dependent Daily activities on the part of the spouse or unmarried minor child of those who stay in Japan with the status of residence mentioned in Tables (1), (2) or (3) (excluding "Diplomat"," Official" and "Temporary Visitor") or of those who stay with the status of residence of "College", "Pre-college" or "Trainee" in this Table.


(5)
Status of Residence Activities authorized to engage in
Designated
Activities
Activities which are specifically designated by the Minister of Justice for foreign individuals.


Status of Residence Personal relationship or status on which the residence is authorized
Permanent
Resident
Those who are permitted permanent residence by the Minister of Justice.
Spouse or Child
of Japanese
National
The spouses of Japanese nationals, the children adopted by Japanese nationals in accordance with the provisions of Article 817-2 of the Civil Code(Law No.89 of 1896)or those born as the children of Japanese nationals.
Spouse or Child
of Permanent
Resident
The spouses of those who stay with the status of residence of "Permanent Resident" or Special Permanent Resident(hereinafter referred to as "permanent resident etc."), those born as children of a permanent resident etc. in Japan and having been residing in Japan.
Long Term
Resident
The spouses of those who stay with the status of residence of "Permanent Resident" or Special Permanent Resident(hereinafter referred to as "permanent resident etc."), those born as children of a permanent resident etc. in Japan and having been residing in Japan.

Q4:Under what circumstances are foreigners to be deported from Japan?
A4:Any alien who comes under any one of the following items may be deported from Japan in accordance with the procedures provided for in the following chapter:
(1) Any person who has entered Japan in violation of the provision of Article 3;
(2) Any person who has landed in Japan without obtaining landing permission, etc. from an Immigration Inspector ;
(3) Any person who has forged or altered a document or drawing, has prepared a false document or drawing, or has used, possessed, transferred or lent a forged or altered document or drawing or false document or drawing, or has arranged the transfer or lending thereof with the intent of helping another alien to illegally receive an issue of a certificate, a stamp of permission for landing or permission in accordance with the provision of Chapter III, Section I or II, permission for landing in accordance with the provision of Chapter III, Section IV or permission in accordance with the provision of Chapter IV, Section I or Chapter V, Section III;
(4) Any alien in Japan (except for those to whom permission for provisional landing, permission for landing at port of call, permission for landing in transit, landing permission for crewman, or landing permission due to disaster has been granted) who comes under any one of the following sub-items:
Any person who is clearly found to be engaged solely in activities involving the management of a business involving income or activities for which he receives remuneration in violation of the provisions of Article 19, Paragraph 1;
Any person who stays in Japan beyond the period of stay authorized without obtaining an extension or change thereof;
Any person who has been punished for violation of the provisions of Article 74 to 74(6), or 74(8);
Any person who has been sentenced to imprisonment or a heavier penalty for violation of the provision of laws and ordinances relating to the alien registration except for those who have been sentenced guilty with suspension of execution of the sentence;
Any person who is a juvenile provided for by the Juvenile Law (Law No.168 of 1948) and who has been sentenced after November 1, 1951, to penal servitude or imprisonment of not less than 3 years;
Any person who has been convicted later than November 1, 1951, for the violation of a provision of the Narcotics and Psychotropic Substances Control Law, Marijuana Control Law, Opium Law, Stimulants Control Law, Law Concerning Special Provisions for the Narcotics and Psychotropics Control Law, etc. and Other Matters for the Prevention of Activities Encouraging Illicit Conducts and Other Activities Involving Controlled Substances through International Cooperation (Law No.94 of 1991) or Book II, Chapter ?o]IV of the Penal Code (Law No.45 of 1907);
Except for those under Sub-items(e) to (h), any person who has been punished after November 1, 1951, with penal servitude or imprisonment for life or for a period of not less than 1 year. However, this shall not apply to those sentenced guilty with suspension of execution of the sentence;
Any person who is engaged in prostitution or procuring prostitutes for others, solicitation, furnishing of the place for prostitution, or any other business directly connected with prostitution;
Any person who has incited, instigated, or aided the illegal entry or illegal landing of an alien into Japan;
Any person who attempts or advocates the overthrow of the Constitution of Japan or the Government formed thereunder by means of force or violence, or who organizes or is a member of a political party or any other organization which attempts or advocates the same;
Any person who organizes, or is a member of, or is closely associated or affiliated with any of the following political parties or other organizations:
1) Any political party or organization that encourages acts of violence or assaulting, killing, or injuring officials of the Government or local public entities for the reason of their being such officials;
2) Any political party or organization that encourages illegal damage or destruction of public installations or facilities;
3) Any political party or organization that encourages an act of dispute, such as, stopping or preventing normal maintenance or operation of security equipment of a plant or a place of work.
Any person who has prepared, distributed or displayed printed matters, motion pictures, or any other documents or drawings to attain the objectives of any political party or organization provided for in Subitem (1) or (m);
Any person except those coming under Subitems (a), (b) and (e) to (n), who the Minister of Justice determines has committed acts detrimental to the interests or security of Japan.
(4)-2 Any person who stays in Japan with the status of residence described in the upper column of the Annexed Table I and has been sentenced to penal servitude or imprisonment on the charge of a crime referred to in Book II, Chapters XII, XVI to XIX, XXIII, XXVI, XXVII, XXXI, XXXIII, XXXVI, XXXVII or XXXIX of the Penal Code of Japan, or in Article 1, 1-2 or 1-3 (except for the parts concerning Article 222 or 261 of the Penal Code of Japan) of the Law concerning Punishment of Physical Violence and Others, or in the Law for Prevention and Disposition of Robbery, Theft, etc;
(4)-3 Any person whose status of residence is Temporary Visitor, and has illegally killed, injured, assaulted or threatened a person, or damaged or destroyed a building or other thing in relation to the process or result of an international competition, etc. held in Japan or with intention to prevent the smooth operation thereof, at the venue of the international competition, etc. or within the area of a municipality where the venue is located (This refers to "ward" where Tokyo Special Wards exist or for cities designated in Article 252-19, Paragraph 1 of the Local Autonomy Law.) or in a neighboring place provided for use by unspecified or many people.
(5) Any person who has been grant permission for a provisional landing and escapes or fails to comply with a summons without justifiable reason in violation of the conditions imposed based on Article 13, Paragraph 3;
(5)-2 Any person who has been ordered to leave Japan based on the provisions of Article 10,Paragraph 10, or Article 11, Paragraph 6 but does not leave without delay.
(6) Any person grant permission for landing at a port of call, permission for landing in transit, landing permission for crewman, permission for emergency landing, landing permission due to disaster or landing permission for temporary refuge who stays in Japan beyond the period entered in his passport or permit;
(6)-2 Any person who has been designated a period based on the provisions of Article 16, Paragraph 7, but does not return to his vessel or leave Japan within that period.
(7) Any person provided for in Article 22-2, Paragraph 1, who stays in Japan beyond the period prescribed in Article 22-2, Paragraph 1, without receiving permission pursuant to the same Article Paragraph 3, applicable correspondingly to Article 20, Paragraphs 3 and 4 or pursuant to Article 22-2, Paragraph 4, applicable correspondingly to Article 22, Paragraphs 2 and 3.
Q5:What kinds of procedures should I take if I need change my Status of Residence?
A5:An alien who has a status of residence may have his status of residence (in the case of an alien residing under the status of residence of Designated Activities, the activities specifically designated by the Minister of Justice in respect of the person concerned are to be regarded as a status of residence) changed (including the period of stay thereon; hereinafter the same in Paragraphs 1 or 3).
Any alien who wishes to have his status of residence changed pursuant to the provision of the preceding paragraph shall apply to the Minister of Justice for the change of status of residence in accordance with the procedures provided for by the Ministry of Justice Ordinance. However, if he desires to change his status of residence to that of Permanent Resident, he shall comply with the procedures provided for in Article 22, Paragraph 1.

When an application for change of status of residence has been submitted, the Minister of Justice may grant permission only when he finds that there are reasonable grounds to grant the change of status of residence on the strength of the documents submitted by the alien. However, in the case of an application submitted by a person whose status of residence is Temporary Visitor, permission shall not be granted unless the application is made based on a special unavoidable circumstances.

When the permission mentioned in the preceding paragraph has been granted, the Minister of Justice shall have an Immigration Inspector enter the new status of residence and period of stay in the passport of the alien if he has a passport in his possession, or issue to the alien a Certificate of Status of Residence with new status of residence and period of stay entered or enter the new status of residence and period of stay in a previously issued Certificate of Status of Residence if he does not possess a passport. In such a case the contents of the pemission will become effective as of the time the entrance or issuance is made.
Q6:Under what circumstances can I be given a Special Permission for Residence?
A6:The Minister of Justice may, even if he finds that the objection filed is groundless in making a decision under Paragraph 3 of the preceding article, grant the suspect special permission to stay in Japan if:
(1) He has obtained permission for permanent residence;
(2) He has had in the past a permanent domicile in Japan as a Japanese national; or
(3) The Minister of Justice finds grounds for granting special permission to stay, other than the previous two subparagraphs.
Q7:I want to know how to get the Permanent Residence Status.
A7:Any alien who seeks to change his status of residence to that of Permanent Resident shall apply to the Minister of Justice for permission of permanent residence in accordance with the procedures provided for by the Ministry of Justice Ordinance.
When the application provided for in the preceding paragraph has been submitted, the Minister of Justice may grant permission only when he deems that the alien conforms to the following items and that his permanent residence will be in accordance with the interests of Japan. However, the following items shall not require conformity in the case of spouses and children of Japanese, those who have Permanent Residence status or those who are Special Permanent Residents described in the Special Law on the Immigration Control of inter alia, Those Who Have Lost Japanese Nationality on the basis of the Treaty of Peace with Japan. (Law No. 71 of 1991, hereinafter referred to as Special Permanent Resident).
(1) The alien's behavior and conduct must be good;
(2) The alien must have sufficient assets or ability to make an independent living.
Q8:Please tell me about Immigration Inspector's Examination.
A8:When the application referred to in Paragraph 2 of the preceding article is made, an Immigration Inspector shall conduct an examination of the said alien as to whether or not he meets each of the following conditions for landing in Japan. (In respect to the alien having received re-entry permission under the provisions of Article 26, Paragraph 1 or the Refugee Travel Document under the provisions of Article 61-2-6, Paragraph 1, only the conditions mentioned in the following Items (1) and (4) are to be applied.)
(1) The passport possessed by the alien and the visa affixed thereto, if such is required, must be valid;
(2) Activities to be engaged in Japan stated in the application must not be false, and must fall within one of the activities described in the right-hand column of Annexed TableI, (in respect of the activities described in the right-hand column of Annexed TableI (5), the proposed activities must be activities designated by the Minister of Justice in the Official Gazette), or the activities of a person with the civil status or position described in the right-hand column of Annexed TableII (the civil status or position in the right-hand column under Permanent Resident shall be excluded; in respect of the position specified under Long Term Resident, the proposed position must be one of the positions designated by the Minister of Justice in the Official Gazette), and shall fulfill in respect of those who intend to engage in the activities described in the right-hand column of Annexed TableI (2) and (4) the requirement provided for by the Ministry of Justice Ordinance which shall be stipulated in consideration of factors including but not limited to the effect on Japanese industry and public welfare.
(3) The period of stay applied for must be in accordance with the provisions of the Ministry of Justice Ordinance stipulated under Article 2-2, Paragraph 3;
(4) The alien must not fall within any one of the items of Article 5, Paragraph 1.
The alien subject to the examination provided for in the preceding paragraph shall establish the fact that he meets the landing requirements stipulated therein.
Q9:Please tell me about Certificate of Authorized Employment.
A9:When an application is submitted by an alien residing in Japan, the Minister of Justice may issue a document which certifies the eligibility of the applicant for activities involving the management of a business involving income or activities for which he receives remuneration in accordance with the provisions of the Ministry of Justice Ordinance.
No one shall discriminate in employing, etc. an alien for failure to show or submit the certificate mentioned in the preceding paragraph, when it is evident that the person concerned is authorized to engaged in the activities involving the management of a business involving the income or activities for which he receives remuneration.
Q10:What kinds of procedures should I take if I need to extend my Period of Stay?
A10:Any alien residing in Japan may, without changing his status of residence, have his period of stay extended.
Any alien who wishes to extend his period of stay pursuant to the provision of the preceding paragraph shall apply to the Minister of Justice for the extension of such period in accordance with the procedures provided for by the Ministry of Justice Ordinance.

When the application provided for in the preceding paragraph has been submitted, the Minister of Justice may grant permission only when there are reasonable grounds to grant the extension of the period of stay on the strength of documents submitted by the alien.

When the permission provided for in the preceding paragraph has been granted, the Minister of Justice shall have an Immigration Inspector enter the new period of stay in the passport of the alien if he has a passport in his possession, or issue to the alien a Certificate of Status of Residence with status of residence and new period of stay entered or enter the new period of stay in a previously issued Certificate of Status of Residence if he does not possess a passport. In such a case the provisions of the last sentence of Paragraph 4 of the preceding article, shall apply mutatis mutandis.
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