Since July 2019, permanent visa applications have become more stringent. In order for foreigners to apply for a Permanent Visa in Japan, it is necessary to fulfill the requirements established by the Immigration Office and one of the main ones is the Declaration.
- Describe why you want to live permanently in Japan.
- The declaration must be written in your native language with a Japanese translation.
- It can’t be too short, but it can’t be too long either.
- Write in an easy-to-understand way with important information.
- Write the year you arrived in Japan and the history of the service performed in Japan.
- Current job, monthly income, how long, job description.
- If you have your own home or business.
- Tax Status.
- Write that you like the country and working in Japan and pay your taxes on time.
- I have a stable and very good income in Japan, since I arrived in Japan I always put a lot of effort at work.
- If you have training, describe your area.
- My family loves Japan and my children already have Japanese customs, student for a long time in Japanese school.
- I have been in the country for a long time, I know the customs and I have many Japanese friends.
- If I have my own business: I already have my own business and I contribute by generating work for other people.
- As I’ve been in Japan for a long time, I don’t have any experience, I don’t have enough resume to get a job in Brazil, my family and I will hardly get a job in Brazil.
- If it’s not the first statement (first order), don’t change too much or lie, just add better content, as the Immigration Department keeps all documents previously submitted.
Permanent Visa Advantage:
- It doesn’t need to be renewed, it’s a permanent stay.
- You save money and work, since you no longer need to renew, there will be no more expenses, you save time and work because you no longer need to present documents.
- Increases Social Credibility.
- Facility for financial credits, acquisition of own assets and businesses.
- In case of divorce, they do not need to return to their country of origin.
- Even if the person is not a descendant, he can remarry, with people of other nationalities, the person will receive the Eijusha visa no haigusha (spouse permanent visa).