Are you having the problems like these?
I want to expand my business, but the problem is how to buy high quality items.
Brokers commission is high and depending on them all the time is feeling unstable to my business.
I wish I could buy cars and car parts in Japan…
To do so, you may think about getting temporary visitor visa, but, here comes another problem:
I can’t get invitation letter!
I have many friends in Japan, but no one help me, when it comes to getting the visa to come to Japan, because of jealousy or a sense of rivalry…
Do you have to give up your idea at this point?
The answer is NO.
In this case, 4 months business manager visa might work as your useful weapon.
This is not a temporary visitor visa.
Since this is not a temporary visitor visa, you do not need to get invitation letter.
Hello, I am an immigration lawyer handling business manager visa for those who want to establish their company in Japan.
As an immigration lawyer and a judicial scrivener, I can help your procedure from company establishment to getting business license for handling used cars consistently.
This means, in Japan, you don’t need to find each professional, because I can offer all the necessary help as to your business.
Do you waste your time to spend too much time to do so?
And if you use an unexperienced lawyers, they will take you nowhere.
For example, if they say, “When establishing your company in Japan, you need a Japanese partner,” they are low skilled lawyers.
With 9 questions, I will guide you!
The flow is very simple:
Inquiry: Please click the below WhatsApp button.
On WhatsApp, I will ask you one by one.
Let’s think about the possibility.
Let’s start preparation for your business in Japan.
I will assist you.
After getting the visa, you can stand by yourself.
Is this the situation you have been looking for, right?
Go beyond the border, merchants, with your own feet!
Hitoshi Oishi (Judicial Scrivener and Immigration Lawyer, in Tokyo, Japan)
Actually, these are minimum required documents, and having all documents in hand does not mean you can surely get PR. Let’s check it one by one.
Today’s talk is about the definition of “annual income”.
Understanding this is important when it comes to thinking about PR application through point-based system.
If you have JLPT grade 1 or 2, you can add 15 (G1) or 10 (G2) points.
So, if your points fall short of the total points that are necessary to use “short-cut” to PR, getting the grade might be one way.
In addition to this, to apply for naturalization, having these grades would work well for your process.
The good point of this book is you can learn with English and Chinese translation.
Grammar is like bones, and without them, we can’t make shape our own body, in my opinion.
I recommend this book.
Today’s topic is “The relation of your age and HSFP or PR shortcut (Under 40 or not, that is a question).”
Thinking about applying for “Highly Skilled Foreign Professionals” or Permanent Residence through short-cut (point system), your age is one of the important elements to decide whether you can get it or not.
Today, I will explain it based on the FAQs of point based system for HSFP issued by the immigration bureau.
Today’s topic is “PR（Permanent Residence）, Let’s review the requirements, again!” (3 check points & 5 revised additional items)
As you know, they revised the guideline for applying for Permanent Residence last year and also revised the list of necessary documents, so we need to gather more documents than before.
Today, I would like to review the basic requirements of applying for PR again as part 1 and explain about the check points they revised as part 2.
First, let’s check the basic requirements.
1 The period of years you have been in Japan
2 Having stable income or having adequate assets
3 Being a person of good conduct
Last years’ biggest revised point is this.
As a requirement for permanent residence application, not only tax payment but also payment of public pension (national pension) and public medical insurance (national health insurance) is necessary.
I am Hitoshi.
Thank you for always coming to my page.
Today’s topic is “5 typical cases／the person like this should never apply for business manager visa.”
It may sound a bit hard for you today, but, I think this will surely be useful for you and your life.
I will talk about these 5 points.
1 Starting conversation without greetings and without explaining your background
2 Not explaining your business situation／No experience in business
3 Stating only the future plan through “rose-colored glasses”
4 Wanting hastily to invite your partners or friends even though your business does not start
5 Not explaining how to make profit or your business model
OK, let’s start from No.1
To start conversation, from your side, you need to introduce yourself first and greet.
Maybe, you know me, but I don’t know you.
Introducing yourself about what you do, where you are, and your educational background, etc. is must to start conversation.
In general, Japanese people place a high value when it comes to greetings, so I suggest you should be polite if you want to enter Japan market.
If you are doing business outside Japan now, you need to explain about what you are doing, your business size, sales, sales route or channel, and customer segment, etc.
If you do not want to do, I can’t go further steps.
If you do not have business experience before, doing business in foreign countries must be hard for you.
However, if you have an experience of staying in Japan as working or student visa holders, etc., and you have been preparing for opening your business during this period, there might be a chance.
This is relating to No.2 also.
Some people are very fluent about talking on future vision.
However, I must ask.
What is the source of capital money?
Why do you need to come to Japan market?
Does your current business have enough power to sustain overseas expansion?
In this point, you need to prepare persuasive explanation.
I am often asked about this point.
The first thing you should do here is to strengthen your business situation in Japan.
Without track record or sales, why do you haste to want to get working visa or business manager visa for your friends or relatives?
Just saying, “Selling cars” is child’s answer.
We are adults and talking about business.
For example, if your answer is like this, it is acceptable.
“I am going to link my current business network with the business I set up in Japan, and I will make profit.”
If you are careful about these points, your chance of getting business manager visa will be high.
These are like a design drawings.
Imagine you are an architect, and when you build a house, do you start digging a hole or cutting trees firstly?
You do draw design first, don’t you?
This is the same with business manager visa.
You need your business plan.
This is the work that you should do by yourself first.
Then, based on your plan, immigration lawyers can support to make your plan editing, so that the office can understand your business plan fully.
So, please work hard, and please do your best.