Tokyo immigration office

Tokyo Immigration Office

ADRESS Of the Tokyo Immigration Office

   5-5-30 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo Pref.

Tokyo Immigration Office hours

  (Service counters)

  9:00 to 12:00, and 13:00 to 16:00 (except for Saturdays, Sundays

  and national holidays)

A counter of the Tokyo Immigration Office

Counter A is for those who have already received permission for changes or renewal of status of residence, or have applied for and already received permission for permanent residence, and wish to receive their new residence card.
You will typically wait around 10 minutes for your turn to do the procedure, but depending on the time of day it will take a much longer time before you will receive your residence card.

B counter of the Tokyo Immigration Office

Counter B is for those who wish to apply for changes or renewal of status of residence, or to apply for permanent residence. The wait can be very long, and it is not uncommon to see queues of several hundred people. Our office can carry out the application process on your behalf for a visa change application starting from ¥86,400 (tax. incl.), renewal applications starting from ¥54,000 (tax. incl.), and permanent residence application starting from ¥97,200 (tax. incl.). By applying through us, you will not have to visit the Immigration Bureau.

C counter of the Tokyo Immigration Office

Counter C is for those who wish to apply for certificates of eligibility for resident status, necessary for inviting foreigners from abroad to stay in Japan for an extended period. Counter C has several other sections, and if called to these during an application, you must take care. Our office can carry out the application for a certificate of eligibility on your behalf, starting at ¥86,400(tax.incl.).

Merits for our client

1. You can apply based on a wide variety of regulations.

When deciding to approve or reject a visa application, the Immigration Bureau considers not only the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Act but also a huge variety of internal regulations and internal directives. So it is clear that anyone drawing up the application documents that does not have a thorough knowledge of these rules is at a major disadvantage. There will be cases where that disadvantage can have a big influence on the result.

2. Supporting documents are selected appropriately.

The documentation requested by the Immigration Bureau for a visa application are the bare minimum documents they require in order to accept the application. In many cases, preparing and submitting just these documents is not good enough. It is normal for any visa applicant to have their own particular factors that count against them, and it is necessary to make up for these with appropriate paperwork. And if there are factors that can't be covered, there are cases where it is possible to compensate for them with an even greater number of factors that count in their favor.

3. You don't have to visit the Immigration Bureau.

If you engage the services of our office, we will submit documents to the immigration authorities on your behalf and you don't need to visit the crowded Immigration Bureau multiple times.

4. We also have consultations on Saturday.

In order to facilitate our clients, if you make an appointment in advance, we can arrange a consultation on a Saturday(or Sunday).

Our Fees

Ⅰ Application for Certificate of Eligibility

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