Japan And Nepal Working Visa Agreement

In accordance with the agreement, the Japanese government is testing the Japanese language skills of Nepalese workers as a first step in the recruitment process. However, the Tokyo government has yet to complete the modality of such a test. “In addition to the fact that relations between Nepal and Japan are leading to new heights, this understanding will help realize the dreams of young Nepalis working in Japan,” Bista said. “Equal treatment of Nepalese workers and their Japanese counterparts with similar rights and institutions is one of the encouraging aspects of understanding.” In the meantime, the ministry has begun work on a series of guidelines for the detachment of Nepalese workers to Japan under the government`s terms. According to Ghimire, the two countries were preparing to implement the agreement when the Covid 19 pandemic occurred. Although Nepal and Japan have already signed an agreement on the employment of Nepalese workers in Japan for a month, it is unlikely that those eagerly awaiting the Japanese work visa will be able to apply in the near future. Nepalese visa: If a foreigner of Nepalese origin who is abroad, residing or doing business in a foreign country wishes to teach in any subject in Nepal, a non-resident Nepalese visa may be issued to him and his family. Please note the following and apply to visit a tourist visa to Nepal. “We are aware that there will be no presence of intermediaries or agencies. That is why we fought for the G2G agreement. Workers who wish to work in Japan will not be required to go to recruitment agencies,” Bista told the Post Office. Only workers trained in one of the 14 sectors with knowledge of the Japanese language would be eligible for employment in Japan.

Aspiring people are expected to have a Japanese language level equivalent to “N4″ on the Japanese language proficiency test (JLPT), with a total of five levels. 3. Any foreigner wishing to obtain a residence visa pursuant to sub rule 1 must submit a certified document on the source of income of US$20,000 or convertible foreign currency to be issued in Nepal, and any foreigner wishing to be renewed must present a certificate certifying that he has spent or spent at least the same amount in Nepal on a date or several times a year. We expect the governments of both countries to approve the draft labour agreement soon. This will pave the way for both countries to sign the bilateral labour agreement and send Nepalese workers to the East Asian country,” said Labour Minister Mahesh Prasad Dahal, adding that the government plans to send Nepalese workers to Japan from April. Gokarna Bista, Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Security, said the agreement would now fulfill the dreams of Nepalese youth who reach and work in Japan. “The long-standing relationship between the two countries and the good reputation that Nepalese citizens have gained in Japan have been factors in the selection of Nepalese workers,” Ambassador Masamichi Saigo said after the signing of the agreement. The revision of the Immigration Control Act defined two new visa statutes: Qualified Workers of Specified (i) and Specified Skills Workers (ii) – which would allow foreign workers to be admitted to Japan. Although both countries have completed the process of hiring Nepalese workers, paid workers and minimal facility that Nepalese workers will receive in Japan, the government has not disclosed the contents of the draft employment contract.