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Study in Japan: How can I ensure my visa approval is successful?

2018-04-07 20:48:51

With the progress of The Times, more and more students choose to study in Japan, for two reasons: one is that Japan's favorable policies for studying abroad continue; the other is that in the next four to five years, Japan will be in an important period of post-earthquake reconstruction, when Japan will need a large number of talents, which will lead to a better employment situation in Japan. However, in order to improve the success rate of their applications, there will always be some students who provide Japanese skills that are not consistent with their actual situation, so that the Japanese study visa review will strengthen the review of this aspect. The following is to introduce the focus of the Japanese study visa review. In addition to the certificate of duration, applicants to study in Japan will be explicitly required to submit the corresponding test certificate issued by the relevant Japanese language proficiency testing institution. In addition to the Japanese Language proficiency test, the J.EST exam will be adopted more widely. Because compared with the Japanese proficiency test, this exam is more conducive to students' choice in terms of exam time. The Japanese visa is generally divided into two parts: first, the applicant must obtain a certificate of eligibility to study abroad issued by the Japanese Ministry of Justice, and only those who hold a certificate of eligibility to study in Japan are eligible to submit a final visa application to the embassy or consulate. According to the usual practice, due to the limitations of the manpower funds in Japan, the examination stage of the certificate of eligibility to study abroad is generally mainly written examination, and most of the investigation is not carried out. The relevant investigation of the applicant itself or the applicant's fund payer is generally carried out by the diplomatic and consular missions. However, Japan strengthened the audit in this respect at the first audit stage, and some regional agencies invested a lot of funds and hired a large number of translators to conduct relevant investigations directly from Japan to the applicants or fund payers. Therefore, we would like to remind the applicants to study abroad not to have a lucky mind, and submit the application materials that are consistent with their own reality is a favorable guarantee for successful visa acquisition.

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