Global IT Credentials: Your Ticket to a Japanese Work Visa
Japan acknowledges certain international IT qualifications, which alone can qualify an individual for a WORK VISA (also known as ESHIS VISA in Japanese, designated for GIJINKOKU), bypassing the need for a university degree or professional training from Japan’s SENMON GAKKO, or over ten years of practical experience in IT.
Exceptions to Note: Major Private Certifications Potential applicants must note that prominent private certifications such as those offered by CISCO or Microsoft are not included in the qualifications recognized by the Japanese government for this exemption.
Bridging Asian IT Skills: Mutual Recognition The INFORMATION-TECHNOLOGY PROMOTION AGENCY (IPA) of Japan aims to secure and mobilize high-quality IT talent across borders. It has established mutual recognition of IT examinations with twelve Asian countries and regions (India, Singapore, South Korea, China, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Malaysia, Taiwan, Mongolia, and Bangladesh). Notably, India’s DOEACC qualification is also accepted during visa assessments.
Invitation to Qualified IT Specialists For those who possess the specified IT qualifications, Japan extends a warm welcome to join.
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