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DISPATCH EMPLOYMENT

  1. Register on our website:
    Please register and fill out the form for the employment information.
  2. Our representative will respond to your enquiries:
    We will respond to your email as soon as we had checked your application form.
  3. Please wait for our email or call confirmation for your interview:
    Our representative will contact you for pre-interview for the registration application in our office.
  4. Interview:
    Our representative will conduct an interview, you can set the interview date and time to your Availability.(Weekdays)
  5. Job Searching:
    Please be aware that it might takes a little time to find a suitable job for you.
  6. Successfully Match Job:
    We will contact you to inform the job offer suitable on your job desire.
  7. Interview/Introduction to the Job:
    We will ask you to come visit and will introduce you to the company you will work at.
  8. Employment Process:
    We will ask you to come to the office to sign the employment contract.
  9. Congratulations:
    You can start your Job

DIRECT EMPLOYMENT

  1. Register on our website:
    Please register and fill out the form for the employment information.
  2. Our representative will respond to your enquiries:
    We will respond to your email as soon as we had checked your application form.
  3. Please wait for our email or call confirmation for your interview:
    Our representative will contact you for pre-interview for the registration application in our office.
  4. Interview:
    Our representative will conduct an interview, you can set the interview date and time to your Availability.(Weekdays)
  5. Job Offer:
    We will explain the Job offers we have.
  6. Confirmation:
    We will wait for your confirmation on the job offer.
  7. Employment Contract:
    We will ask you to come to the office for the employment contract and set the date on when you can start.

DISPATCH MECHANICS FROM OTHER COUNTRY

  1. The Company will post a Job hiring.
  2. Job Order Application (POLO)
  3. Applicant Interview via Zoom meeting.
  4. Application for Certificate of Eligibility (Japan Immigration)
  5. Waiting for the COE
  6. Once we received the COE we will forward to Philippine Recruitment Agency (PRA)
  7. Visa Application
  8. Once you received a call from the agency, we will book your ticket for your flight.

VISA CATEGORY Q&A

Who can Apply?

Engineer / Specialist in Humanities / International Services

According to the immigration law, the Engineer visa is applicable where the applicant will engage in activities that require knowledge in the field of natural science, such as Engineers, System Engineers, computer Programmers.

The Specialist in Humanities is applicable where the applicant will engage in activities that require knowledge in the field of social science and humanities, such as Accounting, economic Analyst, Financial Analyst.

The Specialist in International Services visa is applicable where the applicant will engage in activities that require ways of thinking or sensibilities based on culture and language of foreign countries,such as Translator, Interpreter, Language Instructors or Fashion Designer.

This is the status of residence for foreign nationals that have an academic background, such as a university degree, or with a certain level of experience, who wish to engage in work that requires a certain level of expertise and skills acquired by the education received in school or prior work experience or to engage in activities that require thinking or sensitivity based on foreign culture.

Requirements and Scope of Activity for:
To apply for Engineer / Humanities / International visa

Same as applying for other visas,applicants need to prepare for required documents and submit them to the immigration office to apply for and Engineer / Humanities / International visa.

  1. Make sure you are eligible to apply for this visa;
  2. Prepare for the required documents, including
  3. From the applicant:

    • Educational documents, like Diploma, Certificate of Graduate
    • Resume, C/V
    • Work background documents, like Certificate of Employment
    • Skill documents like JLPT Certificate
    • Employment and salary documents like Employment Agreement or Contract, Letter of Employment or Appointment

    From the organization that will be employing the applicant:

    • Company Brochure / Leaflet
    • Certificate of Company's Registered Matters
    • Financial Statements for the past fiscal yea
  4. If the applicant is not boarding in Japan yet, submit application for a Certificate of Eligibility ("COE") to the regional immigration office in Japan, else do Change of Status of Residence process.
  5. With the COE granted, submit application for the Engineer/Humanities/International visa at a Japanese embassy or Consul outside Japan or a regional immigration office in Japan.

With the visa granted, the holder can enter Japan and receive a residence card.

Specified Skilled Worker : (Tokutei Ginou 特定技能)

What is Specified Skilled Worker: is a status of residence for foreigners engaged in jobs that require proficient skills in Specified Industry Fields. There are two types of Specified Skilled Worker status of residence: type (i) and type (ii). The type (ii) status of residence requires more specialized skills than type (i).

How can I get SSW Visa? Applying for an SSW visa will require you to look for a job or a supporting organization and then pass a Japanese language test as well as an industry-specific skills exam to show that you are ready to work.

Specified Skilled Worker No.1

  • Applicable industries: All 14 industries that were indicated in the table above.
  • Period of stay: Up to 5 years (To be renewed every 4, 6 or 12 months. The period of stay under this class will be disregarded at the time of application for a permanent resident visa in the future.
  • Family member: Not allowed to accompany the worker.
  • Job-changing: A worker is allowed to change the job only within the same industry. Job-changing must be completed within 3 months

Specified Skilled Worker No.2

  • Applicable industries: Construction Industry and Shipbuilding and Ship Machinery Industry
  • Period of stay: Unlimited (To be renewed every 6, 12 or 36 months. The period of stay under this class will be included at the time of application for a permanent resident visa in the future.
  • Family member: Allowed to accompany the worker.
  • Job-changing: A worker is allowed to change the job only within the same industry. Job-changing must be completed within 3 months.

14 Fields in which specified skilled foreign workers can be accepted

  1. Care Worker- Jobs providing assistance for people with physical disabilities.
  2. Building cleaning- Jobs cleaning inside buildings.
  3. Machine Parts and Tools industry- Jobs creating component etc.
  4. Industrial machinery manufacturing industry: Jobs creating components
  5. Electric and electronic information related industry: Jobs creating components.
  6. Construction: Constructing houses, buildings, etc.
  7. Shipbuilding and ship-related industry
  8. Automobile maintenance- Jobs inspecting and maintenance.
  9. Aviation- Jobs transporting baggage to airplanes, inspecting and maintaining airplanes.
  10. Accommodation- Jobs working at hotel reception and dealing with guests.
  11. Agriculture- Jobs growing and harvesting vegetables and other produce and jobs raising animals.
  12. Fisheries- Jobs catching fish and raising fish.
  13. Food and beverages manufacturing industry.
  14. Food service industry- Jobs waiting on customers and bringing out food at restaurant and similar businesses.

How can I change my Technical Intern visa to Specified Skilled Visa (SSW)

  • Foreigners who successfully complete “Technical Intern Training No. 2”.
  • Foreigners such as international students who successfully pass the tests that examine job skill and Japanese language ability of the candidates

If you are currently Technical Intern who has stayed in Japan for more than 2 years and 10 months already with the visa, here is some information for you. These flows are for those who live in Japan now. If you are currently a Technical Intern who has stayed in Japan for more than 2 years already, here is some information for you. This flow is for those who live in Japan now. Find a new company that hires you or ask your current employer to change your residency status to Specified Skilled Worker.

The company that will hire you, will proceed with the change of your residency status. During the process, you need to submit your completion certificate of Technical Intern Training Program level 2 and the certification of technical exam number three or a recommendation letter from the company for which you worked as Technical Intern Training. (If you cannot submit certification of technical exam number three or a recommendation letter from the company, let your new company knew that).

During the process, you need to take a medical check (the result will be shared with the Immigration Service Agency of Japan).

Work Permission for Student and Dependent Visa Holder:

You will be working illegally if you don't obtain this permission in advance. This permission allows you to work within 28 hours a week and there is no restriction in the type of activities (except for the adult night job industry) or limit in terms of the amount of income.

What happens if you work more than 28 hours in Japan?

If an employer is found to have allowed a part-time foreign student to work beyond the 28-hour limit, the employer will be charged with “encouraging illegal employment. The crime of encouraging illegal employment can result in imprisonment of up 3 years, a fine of up to 3 million yen, or both.

Working Holiday Visa:

The working holiday programmes are, based on bilateral arrangements, intended to make it possible for the youth of Japan and its partner countries/regions to enter each country/region primarily for the purpose of spending holidays while allowing them to engage in employment as an incidental activity of their holidays for the purpose of supplementing their travel funds.

The programmes are designed to provide the youth with wider opportunities for them to appreciate the culture and general way of life in the partner countries/regions for the purpose of promoting mutual understanding between Japan and its partner countries/Region.

  1. Australia
  2. New Zealand
  3. Canada
  4. Republic of Korea
  5. France
  6. Germany
  7. The United Kingdom
  8. Ireland
  9. Denmark
  10. Taiwan
  11. Hongkong
  12. Norway
  13. Portugal
  14. Poland
  15. Slovakia
  16. Austria
  17. Hungary
  18. Spain
  19. Argentina
  20. Chile
  21. Iceland
  22. Czech
  23. Lithuania
  24. Sweden
  25. Estonia
  26. Netherlands