Hi, everyone. I’m Nozomi, an immigration lawyer in japan.
Today, I’ll tell you the solution about the case I posted previously.
As I said before, in this case, we will explain that the business situation of the workplace is stable.
Specifically, it includes financial statements for the past 10 years, sales tables, materials showing the number of customers, etc.
In order to show that the company has a management base that does not easily go bankrupt, it is necessary to show the history of the company, the profile of the representative, and the business situation of the entire company.
The applicant also proved that the National Health Insurance had been paid in full and that it had never been delinquent since 10 years before coming to Japan.
We also explained that he pays proof of paying property tax on his home, and paying indirect taxes such as consumption tax, liquor tax and tobacco tax.
In order to obtain permanent residence, it is essential to have no non-payment of taxes, and to be a person who can contribute to Japan.
However, in the case of tax-exempt persons, it is recognized that there is a good reason, so this point should be argued with no doubt.
In this case, permanent residence was granted by carefully explaining the applicant’s economic situation, family situation, actual situation of support.
Thank you for reading till the end. I’ll see you soon.