"Certificate of Eligibility for a Status of Residence" is a certificate issued by an immigration officer in Japan. To get "Certificate of Eligibility" is NOT mandatory but the certificate can expedite the VISA process abroad.
"Certificate of Eligibility" can be applied in Japan by a family or new employer, etc. before a foreign national apply for a visa abroad.
Family, etc. of
|Japan||"Certificate of Eligibility"||Immigration Bureau|
|VISA applicant||Abroad||VISA||Japanese Embassy/Consulate|
After issuing the certificate, a family member in Japan ships the certificate to his/her family abroad by EMS/DHL/FEDEX/UPS/etc and he/she applies for an entry visa at the Embassy/Consulate of Japan.
Once again, a foreigner may apply for a visa directly without the certificate, but acquisition of the certificate by the family in Japan eases the workload of visa application process.
This "Certificate of Eligibility" system can be used for all the "Status of Residence"(VISA type) except a temporary visitor and permanent resident, etc.
As a registered immigration/visa specialist or "Gyoseishoshi", we can offer various services related to immigration procedures.
Services we can offer are
Consultation - to find out Status of Residence/Procedures that may best suit you and/or your family member, etc.
Documentation - to prepare and/or advice the documents you need to submit to the Immigration Bureau
Representation/Agency - to submit the documents and communicate with the Immigration Bureau on your behalf
and so forth.
For those who are already in Japan
For those who are coming to Japan
-Invite a Foreigner - Long Stay
[Certificate of Eligibility]
-Invite a Foreigner - Short Stay
|Do you have any problem with your visa or immigration procedures? If you are seeking for any professional assistance, please contact us Inquiry.|
|"Gyoseishoshi" or Administrative Scrivener is a registered specialist in documentation such as application, registration forms to public authorities.|
We have been officially notified to the Tokyo Immigration Bureau to act as an agent (GYO-07 No.337) and are ready to assist you.
|8-7 Ishijima, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan|