How do you get a Japanese visa without sponsors?

joy_79@yahoo

10-18-2005, 02:10 PM

How to get in Japan without any sponsors???:smiley:

:rolleyes: is it hard to get japan visa?

halloween

10-18-2005, 03:53 PM

Una, hanap ka sa internet ng job openings dito tapos mag-apply ka on line. Kapag may mga mga employers na gusto kang i set for interview, say 5 companies mag-apply ka na ng tourist visa dito. Magpakita ka lang ng mga supporting documents like bank certificate, certificate of employment kung meron kang job sa Pinas, certificate of land titles o kung ano pa mang documents that will prove you’re financially capable to support your stay here.

Pagdating mo dito kung matanggap ka ng employer mo, sila na ang bahalang mag-convert ng tourist visa mo to a working one. Ganyan ginawa ko.

Ang in demand na work dito ay ENglish teachers. Ang requirements lang ay college diploma. No experience required at ang TESL(test of Eng as a sencond language) ay hindi rin required though it’s a plus kung meron ka nito.

Below are some websites na pwedeng makatulong sa 'yo:
www.gaijinpot.com (http://www.gaijinpot.com)
www.ohayosensei.com (http://www.ohayosensei.com)
www.eslcafe.com (http://www.eslcafe.com)

Ang newspapers na Japan Times may mga ads din pero tuwing Monday lang. ANg Daily Yomiuri (tama ba spelling?) naman meron ding ads pero every Wednesday naman

Sana nakatulong sa yo ito. Good luck!

nikita

10-18-2005, 08:02 PM

Naku HALLOWEEN thank’s sa website na binigay mo.actually yung pamangkin kong lalake gusto rin mag apply ng job dito kahit daw english teacher.graduate sya ng computer engineer,may job sya sa pinas sa isang chinese company pero ang baba ng sahod.My nephew told me kahit di english teacher basta maganda daw trabaho.try ko yung website na binigay mo baka makatulong

pointblank

10-18-2005, 08:31 PM

:frowning: … ayaw kong maging bastos at di ko rin intensyon na mang-away, dahil siguradong sasabihin na naman na naghuhuramentado ang mataray na si pointblank…

…but why does it seem that every Filipino thinks he/she can easily come to Japan to teach English? Just because the Japanese have almost negligible English conversation skills does not qualify a slightly more fluent Pinoy to teach them English. I would, in fact, be willing to bet that many Japanese will outperform Filipinos in a written grammar exam.

The days when we can claim that most Filipinos speak correct English are over. Just take a look at the pages of Timog Forum - these are people educated enough to have access to the Internet! With the current state of education back in the Philippines, many college students cannot even correctly construct a simple S-V-O sentence. (I know, dahil nagturo ako sa university!) Those who are not qualified to teach English back in our own country really should not be attempting to teach English in Japan.

By the way, TESL means “TEACHING English as a Second Language”…

twinkle

10-18-2005, 09:08 PM

hello, I am here in japan with a tourist visa. I know its not allowed for the tourist visa holder to work but I am a licensed english teacher (PBET & LET) in the philippines and has experienced. I want to work even part timer only, siguro kahit hindi na teacher basta trabaho, pwede na ako, Sana may maka tulong naman na taga timog.

kalypso

10-18-2005, 09:35 PM

:frowning: … ayaw kong maging bastos at di ko rin intensyon na mang-away, dahil siguradong sasabihin na naman na naghuhuramentado ang mataray na si pointblank…

Hello pointblank,

I don’t find you mataray at all. On the contrary, I kinda like your style. You always call a spade a spade.:wink:

Opps, OT yata ako.:oops: Sorry.

gvidanes

10-19-2005, 09:35 AM

:frowning: … ayaw kong maging bastos at di ko rin intensyon na mang-away, dahil siguradong sasabihin na naman na naghuhuramentado ang mataray na si pointblank…

…but why does it seem that every Filipino thinks he/she can easily come to Japan to teach English? Just because the Japanese have almost negligible English conversation skills does not qualify a slightly more fluent Pinoy to teach them English. I would, in fact, be willing to bet that many Japanese will outperform Filipinos in a written grammar exam.

The days when we can claim that most Filipinos speak correct English are over. Just take a look at the pages of Timog Forum - these are people educated enough to have access to the Internet! With the current state of education back in the Philippines, many college students cannot even correctly construct a simple S-V-O sentence. (I know, dahil nagturo ako sa university!) Those who are not qualified to teach English back in our own country really should not be attempting to teach English in Japan.

By the way, TESL means “TEACHING English as a Second Language”…

hello everybody! pwede makisali?..

maraming pilipino ang gustong pumunta dyan o kahit saang bansa. bakit? kasi naghahanap pa ng mas magandang kita. hindi rin naman lahat ay nag-iisip na madaling pumunta sa japan para magturo ng ingles sa mga hapon. mahirap nga eh, kahit na nakikita mong qualified ka naman to teach english.

ganun naman talaga eh. saka mo na lang madi-discover na saan ka ba nababagay. saang trabaho ka ba mag-e-excel at magagamit mo pa ba ang college course na obviously ay napakalayo na sa teaching job mo.

eto lang po ang opinyon ko. every filipino should be given a chance na pumili kung saan nya gusto. let’s encourage people to grow and inspire them to give their best. kahit na maraming nega sa mga pinoy, bilib pa rin ako sa kakayaan nating lahat… basta ang objective ay to be the best that we can be.

salamat po sa comments nyo, ms. pointblank at halloween. God bless…

nikita

10-19-2005, 11:05 AM

Siguro alam naman ng mga pinoy dito sa Japan na karamihan sa mga hapon ay di nakapag aral or di nakapag tapos ng pag aaral pero may trabaho sila i compare nyo na lang sa bansa natin bakit karamihan sa atin ay gustong mag trabaho abroad,mababa ang kita,di kayang bumuhay ng pamilya or kung di ka man lang nakapag tapos mag aral ay wala ka na!kaya siguro di rin umunlad ang bansa natin dahil,??? ??no comment na lang ako.

twinkle

10-19-2005, 04:02 PM

@Twinkle
If you need more ads, just let me know and I will send them to you. Just give me your e-mail address. Good luck sa 'yo!

halloween,

I’ve already ttried the gaijinpot but usually they want the "native speaker"teachers. So kahit hindi na teacher basta trabaho. Please email me thru zakialma04@yahoo.com . thanks a lot.

si_ako

10-19-2005, 05:00 PM

my bro is currently working as mech engr in singapore. but he wanted to go to japan to look for better opportunity. dun nlng sya mismo maghahanap pag nkapag land na sya. we have cousin there but seems not interested to sponsor him. is it a must to get visa first before entering japan? or he can just book and get a ticket then yun na? how long can he stay?

thanks!

v_wrangler

10-19-2005, 05:30 PM

my bro is currently working as mech engr in singapore. but he wanted to go to japan to look for better opportunity. dun nlng sya mismo maghahanap pag nkapag land na sya. we have cousin there but seems not interested to sponsor him. is it a must to get visa first before entering japan? or he can just book and get a ticket then yun na? how long can he stay?

thanks!

The Philippines does not have a visa waiver arrangement with Japan. So if your brother still hold a Philippine passport, then he must acquire a visa before entering Japan. The Temporary visitor’s visa has a 90-day validity.

si_ako

10-19-2005, 09:12 PM

The Philippines does not have a visa waiver arrangement with Japan. So if your brother still hold a Philippine passport, then he must acquire a visa before entering Japan. The Temporary visitor’s visa has a 90-day validity.

thanks a lot for the advice. pano nga pla sya mag aaply ng tourist visa, i mean khit wlang sponsor letter from relative? thanks again!

Paul

10-20-2005, 12:38 PM

The discussion about teaching English in Japan has been moved to a separate thread (http://www.timog.com/forum/showthread.php?t=114 4). Please continue that discussion there.

For people who can contribute to this thread on how to obtain a Japanese visa without the need for sponsors, please continue to do so.

twinkle

10-20-2005, 07:30 PM

tourist visa holder ako dito sa japan ngayon, tanong lang sana ako tungkol sa visa ko falling under the third line which is “category” (status of residency ). ang sa akin kasi “(V) as temporary visitor”. Ano po kaya ang sa iba?Curious po kasi ako kasi yun yata ang basehan pag renew o pag extend.

Anyone, who might know the answer, please enlighten me.

Thanks!

Bluemax

07-19-2009, 09:58 AM

tourist visa is one one wayto get to Japan. up ko lang.:smiley:

cherriel_01

07-19-2009, 11:36 AM

eto lang po ang opinyon ko. every filipino should be given a chance na pumili kung saan nya gusto. let’s encourage people to grow and inspire them to give their best. kahit na maraming nega sa mga pinoy, bilib pa rin ako sa kakayaan nating lahat… basta ang objective ay to be the best that we can be.

agree po ako sayo:D:D:D walang hangganan ang ating kakayahan kaya kung ano man ang gusto nating gawin ay mapagaaralan at mapagyayaman:D sensya na po OT

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