From the moment you arrive in Japan, you can get an official Japanese visa for a few reasons.
One of them is that you are the first person to come to Japan and show your passport and have your Japanese passport stamped by the Japanese immigration office.
The other reason is that it’s not necessary to come and apply for a visa if you have already been living in Japan for a certain time.
If you already have a Japanese passport, you have a lot more rights, and if you do not, it can be difficult to get your passport stamped in Japan.
For that reason, we will cover each of the three reasons that you might need to apply for your Japanese visa.1.
You’re a business traveler or investor 2.
You have been to Japan before 3.
You are a Japanese citizen or permanent resident4.
You want to visit Japan as a tourist 5.
You were born in Japan and you want to become a Japanese national If you answered “yes to all” of these, then you can apply for an official Japan visa.
If not, then here are the other two reasons why you might want to apply to apply.1) You’re an investor or business traveler.
There are many businesses in Japan that need a business visa to work in Japan so they have to get an investor visa from the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI).
You can apply to get a Japanese investor visa as long as you’re not already a resident of Japan.
This is one of the few ways to gain residency in Japan without having to live in Japan full-time.
However, the only way to get this visa is to become an investor.2) You have lived in Japan before.
A business visa for this is required if you were born after the end of the Meiji era (1912-1948).
The most common reason for applying for this visa in Japan is to come for work and live abroad.
You can even get a business-based visa to come visit family in Japan but you will need to get the Japanese government’s approval first.3) You are currently living in the country.
In most cases, you are not required to show your Japanese passports or have them stamped by a Japanese immigration officer if you live in another country.
However if you want a business or tourist visa, you will also need to have a business passport stamped.
This usually takes a few weeks.
If this process is not successful, you’ll have to apply again for a business/travel visa at a later date.4) You were already living in another part of Japan, but are now visiting Japan for work or for tourism.
There is a special rule in Japan where you can travel to Japan on a tourist visa for up to six months if you are coming to Japan to work or to stay in Japan with a partner.
This visa allows you to stay with a Japanese partner for up of six months without any restriction.
You cannot travel on a business, tourist or investor visa for the same period of time, so if you plan on doing this, you should first get a Japan tourist visa from METI.