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Employment of foreign nationals (Visas/Status of Residence)

ID番号 N38150 更新日 平成29年4月18日

Working in Japan is dependent on your current status of residence. Some have no restrictions on employment, while others may restrict you to only certain types of work. Then there are some that restrict any form of work. Check carefully that you are in compliance with Immigration Law before starting any job.

 

No restrictions on employment

Permanent resident

Spouse or child of a Japanese national

Spouse or child of a permanent resident

Special permanent resident

 

Employment is permitted with restrictions*

Diplomat

Official

Professor

Artist

Religious Activities

Journalist

Business Manager

Legal/Accounting Services

Medical Services

Researcher

Instructor

Highly-skilled Foreign Professional

Engineer/Specialist in Humanities/International Services

Intracompany Transferee

Entertainer

Skilled Labor

Technical Intern Trainee

Designated Activities **

 

*The restriction being that you are limited to the type of work detailed in your Status of Residence. For example, Instructors are allowed to teach at public schools, but cannot work at a translation company. That would require a change to the Engineer/Specialist in Humanities/International Services status of residence. If you would like to change the type of work you are doing, you must first apply to the Immigration Office to change your residence status.

 

**There may be extra restrictions associated with this Status of Residence.

 

Employment is not permitted

Cultural Activities

Student

Trainee

Temporary Visitor (i.e. tourist)

Dependent

 

If your status does not permit you to work, you can fill out and have granted the application for Permission to Engage in Activities outside of your Status of Residence, which allows you to work under specific parameters. If you fail to do so, you will be considered to be engaging in illegal labor, and both you and your employer will be subject to legal consequences.

 

How do I get a Status of Residence in the first place?

If you have been hired for a job in Japan while residing abroad, your employer must handle the procedures for procuring your Status of Residence. Please read more at How to Get a Status of Residence.

 

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