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Who else can be a guarantor? 2019/4/12 19:45
Ifm a long term resident(1year) living in Japan 2 years. My grandfather is Japanese citizen but he lives in the Philippines. I want to bring my sister here with the same visa I have, so I applied her visa once , it was denied. According to the immigration, the guarantor which is me doesnft have enough money to support her(this was last year so I only been living in Japan for less than 2 years). They said that therefs no problem with the papers, the only problem was the guarantor. So I ask if who can be a guarantor, at the city office they said that only pr and citizen can be a guarantor. But I donft anyone whofs pr or citizen that can be a guarantor for her. Is there another way to get a guarantor?

whenever I renew my visa. My guarantor is only my uncle. his visa is child of Japanese but only for 3years. And I live in japan longer than him.
by Mislokate  

Re: Who else can be a guarantor? 2019/4/13 11:40
you already have an answer.
earn more money, pay taxes, and get an official document for your income, and re-apply.
why don't you do that ?
by ken (guest) rate this post as useful

Re: Who else can be a guarantor? 2019/5/15 22:02
So you can use relatives as your guarantor? Uncles, Grandparents, cousins (all on the Japanese side of course)

What about friends, co-workers, bosses (if they agree)...this is in regards to extension of your visa (eg; spouse)
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