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2023.07.21   解決事例・お客様の声

#Solutions: Mother and child granted Permanent Residence Permit

We recently found out the result of our client’s application for permanent residence permit for a mother and child of Philippine nationality, and both of them were successfully granted permanent residence!

We are very pleased to hear that they are very happy .

 

Our Firm’s applications for residence permits, including permanent residence applications, currently have a 100% approval rate.

 

This case

involved a mother who is an English teacher in Osaka and her elementary school daughter. They were referred to us by a Filipino client with whom we had previously handled an application for permanent residence. After an initial online interview via Zoom, the client formally requested us to handle the case at the end of 2022. Subsequently, he submitted his application to the Immigration Bureau on January 24, 2023, and after submitting two additional documents, he finally obtained permission on July 18, 2023.

 

While working as an English teacher in Japan, she met and married her current husband, had a daughter, and wished to live in Japan permanently in the future. Her mother’s status of residence was “Education” and she had been in Japan for 3 years.

 

Our office is located in Chuo-ku, Kobe, but the client lives in Osaka, so we communicated with her via messenger, telephone, and mail for most of the work from the contract. We sincerely appreciate the prompt answers to our questions and the smooth progress of the procedure.

 

The next step will be to apply for a change of status to “Spouse or Child of Permanent Resident” or to “Permanent Resident” for the husband . We look forward to working with her again next time.

 

The requirements for applying for permanent residence

The requirements for applying for permanent residence are that the applicant must have lived in Japan for at least 10 years, of which at least 5 years must have been working, must not be in arrears of pension, taxes, etc., and must have a stable income (the standard is 3 million yen). As a special exception, permanent residents, spouses of Japanese nationals, and spouses of permanent residents may apply even if they have lived in Japan for less than 10 years. Particular attention should be paid to unpaid pensions and a history of traffic violations. If you are considering applying for permanent residence, please be careful in your life.

 

When applying for permanent residence, you will need to submit a “taxation certificate” and “tax payment certificate” of your citizen’s tax in order to confirm the amount of your income and whether or not you have paid taxes. These certificates are updated every June. Please note that the issuance of certificates for the 2023 tax year only became available last month.

 

Our office offers a free interview.

Please feel free to contact us if you are considering applying for permanent residence or if you would like to know whether you meet the requirements.

 

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