Streamline Your Work Visa Application in Japan with Us

About IMS Legal Processional Corporation Work Visa Services

Simplify your work visa processes in Japan with our multilingual administrative scriveners. From application start to finish, we provide expert consulting services in Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese. Our certified team assists with contacting foreign applicants and their hiring companies, creating application forms, and handling all necessary documentation. We offer a streamlined visa journey, reducing time and labor burdens for our valued customers. Our professional expertise will help to navigate the complexities of visa requirements seamlessly.

Types of Work Visas in Japan

  • Professor (Examples: university professor, assistant professor, assistant, etc.)
  • Artist (Examples: composers, songwriters, artists, sculptors, craftspeople, photographers, etc.)
  • Religious activities (Examples: religious people such as monks, bishops, missionaries, etc.)
  • Journalist (Examples: newspaper journalists, magazine journalists, editors, news cameramen and photographers, announcers, etc.)
  • Business manager (Examples: company presidents, directors and officers, etc.)
  • Legal/Accounting services (Examples: attorneys, judicial scriveners, public accountants, tax accountants, etc. licensed in Japan)
  • Medical services (Examples: physicians, dentists, pharmacists, nurses, etc. licensed in Japan)
  • Researcher (Examples: researchers, investigators, etc. at research institutes, etc.)
  • Instructor (Examples: teachers, etc. at elementary schools, intermediate schools and high schools)
  • Engineer/Specialist in humanities/International services (Examples: scientific engineers, IT engineers, foreign language teachers, interpreters, copywriters, designers, etc.)
  • Intra-company transferee (Examples: people transferred to the Japanese branch, such as the head office of the same company, etc.)
  • Nursing care (Example: certified care workers)
  • Entertainer (Examples: musicians, actors, singers, dancers, athletes, models, etc.)
  • Skilled labor (Examples: chefs specializing in the food of a foreign country, animal trainers, pilots, sports trainers, sommeliers, etc.)
  • Specified skilled worker (Work-ready foreign nationals who possess certain expertise and skills in certain industrial fields.)
  • Technical intern training (Examples: Technical interns accepted from overseas subsidiaries or supervising organizations, etc.)