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Visa list for medical, education, professor, research etc.

A work visa is a qualification for foreign nationals to stay in Japan for the purpose of being employed by a company and working.Apply to the Immigration Bureau (changed to the Immigration Bureau in April 2019).

Type of work visa application

We are introducing work visas such as medical, education, professor, research etc.

Medical visa

A medical visa is a visa for one of the status of residence, which is engaged in medical work conducted by a doctor, a dentist or other legally qualified person. It is necessary for you to engage in occupations that you can not do unless you have medical qualification in Japan.

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Education visa

Educational visas are visas required for language education and other educational activities in miscellaneous schools such as elementary schools, junior high schools, and high schools in Japan.It is a status of residence established to accept language teachers, etc., and the period of stay is 5 years or 1 year.

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Professor visa

A professor visa is a status of residence for conducting research, research guidance, and educational activities at Japanese universities, similar institutions, and colleges of technology.There are two categories of professor visas: full-time employees and part-time employees, and the types of documents attached when applying are different.

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Research visa

A research visa is a visa for those who are appointed as research civil servants, those who carry out research activities based on contracts with national and public research institutes, and those who carry out research activities based on contracts with other institutions. is.The period of stay is 5 years, 3 years or 1 year.

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Long-term care visa

A long-term care visa is one of the statuses of residence for foreigners to work as long-term care staff in the field of long-term care.Operation began on September 29, 9 to solve the shortage of human resources in the Japanese long-term care industry.

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