–Our 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 performance.

–Also please note a licensed immigration lawyer is bound to adhere to client confidentiality.

–Our representative, throughout his 40-year-long career in cross-cultural work environments.
He has been entrusted to help foreign language institutes to employ international human resources.

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–Attending to visa inquiries and consultation services for the non-Japanese over the phone, Kanagawa Gyoseishoshi Lawyers Association, Yokohama.

–Certified translation in English to verify the
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

–Notarized Divorce/Separation Agreements to spouses seeking a dissolution of marriage

–Drafted business agreement between major Japanese rice wine 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 non-Japanese specialists 

–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 cellular phone internet site on their respective cellular phone internet sites.

–Assisted non-Japanese 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 Japan

–Consultation fee: 5,000/30 minutes
–Application for COE 30,000 - 250,000,
–Attending: 35,000, accommodation and transportation
Please feel free to contact us for the details.
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