Like many foreign residents in Japan, Luan Yong Jie from China had found it difficult to make a reservation for a COVID-19 vaccination — a process that can be daunting even for a Japanese person — because of his limited Japanese ability.
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China has begun inoculating foreigners in the country with COVID-19 vaccines.
[Taiwan] Covid-19 : dixième extension automatique de séjour pour les visiteurs étrangers arrivés avant mars 2020
L’agence nationale de l’Immigration, sous l’égide du ministère de l’Intérieur, a annoncé le 13 avril une dixième extension automatique de 30 jours de la durée de séjour à Taiwan pour les ressortissants étrangers arrivés au plus tard le 21 mars 2020. Cette nouvelle extension s’applique à ceux d’entre eux ayant dépassé de manière légale la durée de 180 jours de présence sur le territoire grâce aux extensions octroyées l’an dernier par le ministère des Affaires étrangères, puis bénéficié des neuf extensions supplémentaires octroyées par l’agence nationale de l’Immigration.
[Taiwan] Covid-19 : neuvième extension automatique de séjour pour les visiteurs étrangers arrivés avant mars 2020
L’agence nationale de l’Immigration, sous l’égide du ministère de l’Intérieur, a annoncé le 12 mars une neuvième extension automatique de 30 jours de la durée de séjour à Taiwan pour les ressortissants étrangers arrivés au plus tard le 21 mars 2020. Cette extension s’applique à ceux d’entre eux qui ont dépassé de manière légale la durée de 180 jours de présence sur le territoire grâce aux extensions octroyées l’an dernier par le ministère des Affaires étrangères.
Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said Wednesday night the government will temporarily suspend an arrangement allowing business travelers from 11 Asian countries and regions to enter Japan, effectively banning the entry of nonresident foreign travelers.
Starting in November, Japan will conditionally exempt business travelers and returnees from the 14-day quarantine policy, which was imposed on all arrivals from overseas to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, government officials announced Friday.
Japan will lift its entry ban on foreign travelers from China, South Korea, six other countries and Taiwan from November for non-tourist arrivals, government officials said Friday, as it gradually eases COVID-19 travel restrictions in a bid to revive its battered economy.
In a long-awaited move, Japan is partially reopening its borders, allowing all foreign nationals from around the world who are planning to relocate to Japan to seek entry permission starting Thursday.
Une journaliste venue de Hong Kong pour faire un reportage en Chine continentale a été refoulée de nombreux hôtels comme n’importe quel étranger. Explications.
Japan will relax from October its border restrictions aimed at controlling the spread of the novel coronavirus to allow entry for new visa applicants other than tourists from all regions.
– Foreign nationals with valid permits can arrive in the country but will have to complete quarantine, foreign ministry says
– Holders of expired permits can reapply for visa if the purpose of the visit has not changed
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, there have been increasing reports that foreigners living in areas with prominent international communities in Japan are being subject to discrimination and hateful remarks.
Businesses say current border restrictions are affecting their bottom lines
Fukuoka – Canadian Ken Boisjoly-Moreau and his girlfriend traveled to Japan four times over the course of two years, “fell in love” with the country and started studying Japanese. The pieces were falling into place to fulfill their goal of living in Japan when Boisjoly-Moreau was offered a job at a multinational company’s Japanese subsidiary. It was a win for his employer as well, as people with his specialty in cybersecurity are hard to find in Japan, and the company had been looking for someone to fill the position for over a year and a half.
Preventing foreign residents from returning to Japan risks fueling prejudices and shattering trust in government
An American woman faces a choice: stay with her family in Japan or return to her home country indefinitely to be with her father after the sudden death of her mother. A Sri Lankan man and new father is forced to navigate the coronavirus pandemic without a job after being denied re-entry following a trip to his home country to care for his newborn baby.
Move comes after criticism that curbs on long-term residents hurt business
TOKYO — Japan has begun preparing to allow long-term foreign residents to return to the country in September, Nikkei has learned, after facing criticism as the only Group of Seven economy to restrict their entry as a measure to prevent coronavirus infection.