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Imagine you want to apply for a Japanese visa but don't know what to do or where to start, because Japan is one of the countries where it is very difficult to get a successful visa? Are you worried that your profile is incomplete and the possibility of rejection is very high? Let EZ help you solve the above problems in this article!

1. Basic visa criteria

Not every foreigner who wishes to be granted a visa will be granted a visa by Japan. They must fully meet the following criteria:

  • Visa applicants must have a valid passport and must ensure their rights and eligibility to return to the country of origin or re-enter the country of residence.
  • Documents submitted for visa application must be correct and accurate.
  • The visa applicant's activities in Japan or the visa applicant's identity or position and the length of stay of the visa applicant must be consistent with the status of residence and the length of stay.
  • Visa applicants are not prohibited by law.

2. Application for Japan visa

Basically, you need to prepare the following documents:

  • Passport (valid for more than 6 months);
  • Visa application;
  • 2 photo cards 4.5x4.5cm (white background, taken within 3 months);
  • Civil status papers (for example: household registration book, birth certificate, identity card, marriage certificate,...);
  • Proof of occupation (for example, labor contract, salary sheet issued by the company, business license,...);
  • Detailed itinerary: arrival and departure date information, places to visit, accommodation, means of transportation during your stay in Japan.
  • Printed hotel reservation confirmation board.
  • Invitation letter (if any).

In addition, depending on the case, you will be asked to add some other necessary documents.

Note: The Japanese Embassy will refuse to issue visas in cases such as: submitting fake documents to government agencies, fake photos, presenting false content, documents the Japanese side should have done but the Vietnamese side did it instead.

3. Cases with high Japan visa success rate

In addition to meeting all the required criteria, you can improve your success rate if you fall into the following cases:

  • Your passport has been to developed countries in Europe, Australia, America, etc.
  • You are doing a good job, have worked for many years and have a salary of over 1000 USD.
  • You have an acquaintance in Japan who is currently doing mental work and has a high income.

4. Should I apply for a Japanese visa myself?

As EZ has confirmed from the beginning, Japan is one of the countries that is very difficult to get a visa for, especially during the stressful epidemic situation, the regulations will often change and have to be updated continuously. But not everyone is qualified to do this job. In fact, EZ found that many customers encountered problems such as:

  • Failure to properly and adequately prepare documents.
  • No time and no legal knowledge to update information regularly.
  • Not prepared carefully and embarrassed when explaining to the officer about his/her records.

Just one of the above situations is enough to make your Japan visa application more difficult and complicated. Understanding this, EZ Holdings with experience in handling +1000 application documents provides fast - efficient - economical Japanese visa application service. With us, you will get:

  • Professional staffs advise and offer the most effective solution for your Japan visa application. There have been no cases of customers making EZ difficult.
  • The visa application rate is up to 99% if the application meets all the requirements.
  • No need to go back and forth many times to add documents and records.
  • There are no costs during the visa application period.
  • Commitment to absolute confidentiality of all customer information.

“Go with EZ – Things get easy” is our commitment to customers who trust and choose EZ. Please contact us immediately via phone number 0869 907 519 | 0867 439 725 for detailed and completely free advice on visa / visa application procedures for Japan!