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Visa/Legal Matters

Discussing visa details
Discussing visa details
The office provides advice and assistance with all visa and legal matters. If you are studying on a student visa, there are various rules and laws that you need to be aware of and conditions such as attendance rates, rates of progress etc that need to be met before visa extensions can be issued.

As a foreign citizen wishing to study in Japan your visa status is all important. The office will ensure that you complete the process of "Alien Registration" with the city government, receive instant advice regarding re-entry permits and part-time work permits, and assist you with the paperwork required. Please note that this office provides all advice on visas after your arrival in Japan. If you have not yet enrolled in Yamasa, then advice regarding the student visa and other visa categories is best obtained from Admissions.

You can also consult with the office concerning your plans after graduation. If you are interested in working in Japan or further studies, then Student Services can provide all of the information you need regarding change of visas status and procedures.

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1-2-1 Hanehigashi-machi, Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture, JAPAN 444-0832
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