The immigration bureau has been upgraded to Immigration
Services Agency( April, 2019), with relevant law
revisions. Among them are SSW (i) and (ii) (Specified
Skilled Workers) in 14 specified areas of professions.
The newly introduced status of residence SSW is unique
and practical in that the visa holders are entitled to
work in 14 specified areas of professions with the equal
benefits paid out to their Japanese co-workers and it
also helps the understaffed Japanese companies manage to
solve a shortage of their human resources,
not to mention an appropriate career guidance
sought to be designed for
colleges and technical schoolsf students currently studying in Japan.
Japanese and Philippines governments concluded a MOC
Cooperation) on SSW (Specified Skilled Workers) on March
19, 2019, which establishes a basic framework to ensure
the smooth and appropriate sending and receiving of
foreigners with specified skills and eliminating
notorious agencies of the past, and then bilateral
agreements with 9 more countries; Myanmar, Nepal,
Mongolia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Bangladesh,
Uzbekistan, and Pakistan up to the present. Wada
Liaison Inc. has been well prepared how to go about it.
firm's director is licensed to practice immigration and
naturalization services and administrative procedures on
behalf of clients, precisely "Applying for Certificate
of Eligibility, Change of Status, Extensions, Re-entry
Permits, Naturalization, Cross-Border Transfers,
Applying for Work Permit, among others."
Please note that the staff member of an affiliate of a
parent company can not apply for a certificate of
eligibility or act as a proxy for a non-Japanese
applicant working for that parent company. This is
because any person acting as a proxy must be a staff
member of the parent company that is directly employing
the applicant. A licensed immigration lawyer can
represent a non-Japanese applicant on behalf of a parent
company or affiliate company.
He can therefore contribute to your company's cost
Also please note a licensed immigration lawyer is bound
to adhere to client confidentiality.
Our representative, throughout his
in cross-cultural work environments.
He has been entrusted to help foreign language institutes
to employ international human resources.
[Some Examples of Achievements]
Attending to visa inquiries and consultation services
for the non-Japanese over the phone, Kanagawa
Gyoseishoshi Lawyers Association, Yokohama.
Certified translation in English to
accuracy of the translation with the text of the
original Republic of Moldova documents
Assisted non-Japanese (Ireland ) applying for
COE for Japanese
Culture Studies and its extensions
Agreements to spouses seeking a dissolution of marriage
Drafted business agreement between major Japanese rice
producer and exporter, and its counterparts in
Singapore and the U.S.A.
Helped senior citizens (Japanese) to apply for
non-immigrant visa O-A: for applicants aged 50 years or
above wishing to go to Thailand for "Long Stay" visa
Assisted a long-established company
manufacturing experimental apparatus for physics and
chemistry to recruit
Supported a leading company, engaged
in trading and sales of materials and products
which include building materials, agriculture and
horticultural materials, to recruit Chinese and Korean
expertise, among others.
Supported remaining Japanese
families who'd lost their spouses (non-Japanese) to
resolve their inheritance problems in the U.S.A.
Drafted business agreement between leading mobile-media
companies in Italy and Japan to offer services for
internet site on their respective cellular phone
professionals of a highly reputed genetic analysis and related service products
corporation with COE entry procedures.
Adviser to foreign language institutes regarding
employing non-Japanese English teachers and filing
applications for visa for the clients.
Assisted family members of Japanese who passed away
abroad with inheritance procedures
primarily in the U.S.
Attending to non-Japanese citizens with
pension and overseas medical treatment reimbursement
Application of J 1 U.S. internship visa for Japanese
college students and its follow-up support up to their
return to Japan
On-line support to assist Japanese commercial vendors and
business service suppliers seeking markets for their products/services
search and monitor business opportunities at U.S. governments facilities in