Are you going to Japan to study? If so, you might need to get a Student Visa for Japan. This type of visa is issued for varying lengths, including 2 years 3 months, 2 years, 1 year 3 months, 1 year or 6 months.
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I’ll break everything down for you below about how to go about getting the Japan Student Visa.
Follow the steps at this link here provided by the Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs for this type of visa.
Go to the website of your consulate or embassy that you found in Step 1 in order to get the latest visa fees.
Submit your required materials from Step 2 and the visa fee from Step 3 to the consulate or embassy you found in Step 1.
Congratulations! You now have a Japan visa!
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