Permanent re-entry permit

What is deemed re-entry permit?
The deemed re-entry permit is a system introduced from 2012 Year 7 day in 9 year.

Foreign nationals who possess valid passports and residence cards do not need to receive re-entry permission in principle, when leaving Japan and re-enter Japan to continue activities in Japan within 1 years after departing It is like that.
Those who have left Japan with a deemed re-entry permit cannot extend their validity period overseas.
If you do not re-enter Japan within one year after leaving Japan, your status of residence will be lost.Please note that it will be.
If your period of stay is less than one year after you leave Japan, you must re-enter Japan by that period of stay.

Procedure method

In order to obtain deemed re-entry permission, you must have a valid passport and residence card, and when you leave Japan, you will desire to leave by deemed re-entry in the column of "Intention indication" of "re-entry departure record" You need to check it.

Those who do not qualify for deemed re-entry permit

· Persons who are in the process of rescission of status of residence
· Persons reserved for departure confirmation
· Persons who are receiving the order of detention
· Those residing with the status of residence of "specific activities" under application for refugee status certification
· There is a danger of harming Japan's interests or public security
· Persons who are recognized by the Minister of Justice as having reasonable reasons to admit that permission for re-entry is necessary for fair management of other immigrants


● If you leave Japan for more than one year, your status of residence and period of stay will expire.
 If you know in advance that it will be over a year, apply for a re-entry permit.
● Please note that the expiration date cannot be extended overseas if you leave Japan with a deemed re-entry permit.
● If you have not obtained a re-entry permitEven permanent residents will be deprived of their permanent residency.Please be careful.


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