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新型コロナウイルス感染症の感染拡大等を受けた技能実習生の在留諸申請の取扱いについて

15/4/2020

新型コロナウイルス感染症の感染拡大等を受けた技能実習生の在留諸申請の取扱いについて

法務省 > 出入国在留管理庁HPより引用 >外部リンク 新型コロナウイルス感染症の感染拡大に伴い,(1)技能実習生が本国への帰国が困難である場合,(2)技能検定等の受検が速やかにできない場合又は(3)「特定技能1号」への移行に時間を要する場合における取扱いは以下のとおりです。 | 手続の概要 技能実習生の状況に応じた必要な手続は次のとおりです。   ○    NEW!!  新型コロナウイルス感染症の拡大の影響に伴う取扱い >外部リンク ○     日本(にほん)で生活(せいかつ)するみなさんへ:技能実習生(ぎのうじっしゅうせい)の在留諸申請(ざいりゅうしょしんせい)の取扱い(とりあつかい)について【PDF】 ○   【Q&A】技能実習生に係る新型コロナウイルス感染症への対応について【PDF】(2020.4.6更新) ○   新型コロナウイルス感染症の拡大等を受けた技能実習生の在留諸申請の取扱いについて【PDF】(2020.3.23更新) | 各申請手続の必要書類 (1)本国への帰国が困難な方   「短期滞在(30日・就労不可)」への在留資格変更許可を希望される方     ○在留資格変更許可申請書(顔写真は不要です。)     ○帰国が困難であることについて,合理的理由があることを確認できるもの (航空便の運休や移動制限等により居住地に戻ることが困難な状況にあることが分かる資料)     ○滞在費等支弁に係る資料     「特定活動(30日・就労可)」への在留資格変更許可を希望される方     ○在留資格変更許可申請書(顔写真は不要です。)     ○帰国が困難であることについて,合理的理由があることを確認できるもの (航空便の運休や移動制限等により居住地に戻ることが困難な状況にあることが分かる資料)     ○監理団体(特定監理団体を含む。)又は実習実施者(企業単独型の場合に限る。)が作成した理由書 (従前の受入れ機関において,従前の在留資格で従事した業務と同種の業務に従事することを疎明する資料) ・参考様式(技能実習生用) 【Word】【記載例】 ・参考様式(外国人建設・造船就労者用) 【Word】【記載例】   (2)技能検定等の受検ができないために次段階の技能実習へ移行できない方 (「特定活動(4か月・就労可)」)     ○在留資格変更許可申請書(顔写真が必要です。)     ○監理団体(企業単独型の場合は実習実施者)が作成した説明書 (次段階の技能実習へ移行予定であること,新型コロナウイルス感染症の影響等により 技能検定等の受検ができない理由,必要な助言,指導及び支援等を行うこと等を記載したもの)     ・参考様式(特定活動(技能実習移行準備)) 【Word】【記載例】     (3)「特定技能1号」への移行のための準備がまだ整っていない方 (「特定活動(4か月・就労可)」)     ○在留資格変更許可申請書(顔写真が必要です。)     ○新型コロナウイルス感染症の影響により在留資格「特定技能1号」への移行に時間を要することについての理由書     ・参考様式(特定技能1号移行準備・技能実習生用) 【Word】【記載例】     ・参考様式(特定技能1号移行準備・外国人建設・造船就労者用) 【Word】【記載例】     ○受入れ機関が作成した誓約書 (受入れ予定の外国人が「特定技能1号」への在留資格変更許可申請予定であること等についての誓約書) ・参考様式(誓約書)【Word】     ○「特定技能1号」に変更するまでの間の雇用契約に関する書面(雇用契約書,雇用条件書等の写し) ※既に移行の準備が整っている方については,こちらを御参照ください。     (4)「技能実習3号」への移行を希望される方     ○在留資格変更許可申請書(顔写真が必要です。)     ○その他の「技能実習3号」へ移行するための必要書類はこちらを御参照ください。

What is The Technical Intern Training Program (TITP)?・About the type of job

12/11/2019

What is The Technical Intern Training Program (TITP)?・About the type of job

The Technical Intern Training Program supports the transfer of Japanese skills to developing countries through training program schemes. In November 2017, the Technical Intern Training Law came into effect. We re-regulated many areas of this law that were previously established by Immigration Control Law. The training period is a maximum of five years, and acquisition of skills etc. is based on technical intern training plans. There are two types of procedures for accepting technical intern trainees: individual enterprise type and supervising organization type.   (Supervising Organization Type) A format whereby non-profit organizations such as business cooperatives and societies of commerce and industry (supervising organizations), accept technical intern trainees for technical intern training at affiliated enterprises (implementing organizations). (Individual Enterprise Type) A format whereby enterprises and other businesses in Japan (implementing organizations) accept employees of overseas local subsidiaries, joint venture companies, or trading partners for technical intern training.   As of the end of 2016, 3.6% of acceptances were individual enterprise type and 96.4% were supervising organization type (based on the number of technical intern trainees present in Japan). (Technical Intern Training Categories and Status of Residence) There are three technical intern training stages for both the individual enterprise type and supervising organization type: (Technical Intern Training(i)): induction of basic skills in the first year after entering Japan, (Technical Intern Training (ii)): increased practical skill acquisition in the second and third years after entering Japan, (Technical Intern Training (iii)): mastery of learnt skills in the fourth and fifth years after entering Japan.   Organizations that provide the Technical Intern Training (iii) are limited to excellent supervising and implementing organizations. They are deemed to satisfy the standards specified by the competent ministries. Process from Technical Intern Trainee Entry into Japan until Return to Home Country In order to make the shift from Technical Intern Training (i) to Technical Intern Training (ii), or from Technical Intern Training (ii) to Technical Intern Training (iii), the technical intern trainee must pass the specified Technical Intern Training Evaluation Examination. For the Technical Intern Training (ii), a written test and practical test is taken. For the Technical Intern Training (iii), there is a practical test. Before completing the Technical intern training(iii), it is necessary for candidates to be examined in the Technical intern training evaluation (practical skill). If the technical intern training period is 5 years, a total of 3 Technical skill training tests will be taken. Job category .table_wrap { width: 100%; display: table; } .table_wrap .table_left { width: 300px; display: table-cell; } .table_wrap .table_right { width: 300px; display: table-cell; } .pcDisplayNone { display: none; } @media(max-width: 767px){ .table_wrap .table_left { width: 100%; display: block; } .table_wrap .table_right { width: 100%; display: block; } Job Categories Operations Job Categories Operations Agriculture (2 occupations, 6 operations) Textile/clothing  Cultivation agriculture Facility horticulture Knit goods manufacturing Socks producing work Upland field cropping/ Vegetable growing Round knitting producing work Fruit growing Warp knitted fabrics manufacturing Warp knitting producing work Livestock agriculture Hog raising Ladies’ and children’s dress making Sewing work of ready-made clothes for ladies and children Poultry farming (collecting chicken eggs) Tailoring men’s suit making Sewing work of men’s ready-made clothes Dairy Underwear manufacturing Underwear manufacturing operation Fishing industry (2 occupations, 9 operations) Bedclothes making Bedding products work Fishing boat fisheries Skipjack pole and line fishery Carpet manufacturing Woven carpet producing work Long-line fishery Tufted carpet producing work Squid jigging Needle punched carpet producing work Purse seine fishery Canvas product making Canvas cloth products related work Trawl and seine net fishery Cloth sewing Dress-shirt producing work Gill net fishery Seat product sewing Car seat product sewing work Set net fishery Mechanical/metal related (15 occupations, 29 operations) Crab and shrimp basket fishery Casting Casting iron and article operation Aquaculture Scallop and oyster farming Casting nonferrous metal and article operation Construction (22 occupations, 33 operations) Forging Hammer type forging operation Well drilling Percussion type well drilling operation Press type forging operation Rotary type well drilling operation Die casting Hot chamber die-cast work Building sheet metal work Duct sheet metal operation Cold chamber die-cast work Interior and exterior sheet metal operation Machining Engine Lathe operation Freezing and air conditioning apparatus installing Freezing and air harmonizing equipment installation work Milling machine operation Fixture making Hand processing work of wooden fixture Numerical Control Lathe Operations Carpentry Carpentry construction work Machining Center Operations Frame working Frame working Metal press Metal press operation Reinforcing bar construction Assembling reinforced rod bar work Iron work Steel processing operation for structure Scaffolding Scaffolding building work Factory sheet metal work Machine sheet metal operation Building stone construction Stone processing work Electroplating Electric plating work Work of putting out stones Meltdown zinc plating work Tiling Tiling work Aluminum anodizing Anode oxidation treatment work Tile roofing Tile-roofing work Finishing Melting equipment finishing work Plastering Plasterers work Metal mold finishing work Plumbing Construction piping work Machine assembling finishing work Plant piping work Machine inspection Machine inspection work Heat insulation Heat-retention and cool-retention construction work Machine maintenance Machine maintenance work Interior finishing Plastic-material floor finishing construction work Electronic equipment assembling Electronic devices assembling work Carpeting floor finishing construction work Electric equipment assembling Spinning electric machine assembling work Metal-made foundation construction work Transformer assembling work Board finishing construction work Control panel and distribution panel assembling work Curtain installation work Open-close control device assembling work Sash setting Building sash installation work Spinning electric cord-reel producing work Waterproofing Sealing water-proof construction work Print wiring board manufacturing Print distribution panel design Concrete pressure feeding Concrete pressure transfer construction work Print distribution panel production Well point construction Well-point construction work Others (14 occupations, 26 operations) Paper hanging Painting work Furniture making Hand processing on furniture making Application of construction equipment   Dozing work Printing Off-set printing work Loading work Book binding Binding work Excavating work Plastic molding Compressing forming work Road rolling work Injection forming work Furnace installation Furnace installation work Inflation forming work Food manufacturing (11 occupations, 16 operations) Blow forming work Can seaming for canned foods Can seaming for canned foods Reinforced plastic molding Hand-loaded layer forming work Poultry processing industry Poultry processing Painting Construction painting work Marine Heated fishery processed foodstuff manufacturing work Extract manufacturing Metal painting work Food manufacturing Heated dried product manufacturing Metal bridge painting work   Flavored product manufacturing Spray painting work   Smoked product manufacturing Welding Manual welding Non-heated fishery processed foodstuff manufacturing work Salted product manufacturing Semi-automatic welding Food manufacturing Dried product manufacturing Industrial packaging Industrial wrapping work   Fermented foodstuff manufacturing Carton box and corrugated card board box making Printing box punching work Fish paste making Boiled fish paste producing work Printing box producing work Beef and pork processing industry Primal cut of beef and pork processing Paste box producing work Ham, sausage and bacon making Production work of ham, sausage and bacon Cardboard producing work Bread Baking Bread baking work Industrial manufacturing of pottery Roller jigger forming work Ready-made meal manufacturing work Ready-made meal processing Pressure casting work Pickles manufacturing Pickles manufacturing work Pad printing work Medical/welfare facility lunch production Medical/welfare facility lunch production Automobile repair and maintenance Automobile repair and maintenance work Textile/clothing (13 occupations, 22 operations) Building cleaning management Building cleaning management work Spinning operation Pre-spinning work Caregiver Caregiver work Spinning process Linen supply Linen supply finishing work Winding process In-house occupations and work (1 occupations, 3 occupations) Twisting and doubling work Airport ground handling Aircraft ground support Weaving operation Sizing and warping work Air cargo handling Weaving process Room cleaning Inspecting work List of Technical training system's occupations and operations to be transferred As of May 28, 2019, 144 operations of 80 occupations Dyeing Thread permeation dyeing work Fabric and knit dyeing Necessary conditions for Vietnamese and Filipinos to work in Japan (specified skills)・About the type of job

ベトナムの技能実習生で働き、再度特定技能で日本で働きたい方へ評価調書をご用意ください。

6/9/2019

ベトナムの技能実習生で働き、再度特定技能で日本で働きたい方へ評価調書をご用意ください。

日本に入国する際には以下の書類が必ず必要です。 古いJITCOの技能実習修了証の場合、専用の評価表(本人が受け入れ企業に申請する場合が多い。)が必要。 新しい技能実習修了証の場合は2枚綴りになっており、2枚目に評価表がついているので必ず準備してください。 (最近1枚目だけの方が多いので受け入れ先の企業に必ず2枚目も提出してもらえるようにように依頼してください) この書類が揃うと申請が可能となります。 評価調書のダウンロードはこちら 記載例はこちら *写真は農業の面接風景です。  

Cost to hire foreign technical interns in Philippines and Vietnam

29/4/2019

Cost to hire foreign technical interns in Philippines and Vietnam

Pre-payment per person costs approximately 300,000 to 400,000 yen (up to about 1.5 times the cost for nursing care because of long-term education). Expenses after entering Japan: Monthly management fee 35,000 yen to 45,000 yen per person. Expense costs each time ・Skills examination fee 21,000 yen ・Change or acquisition of status of residence fee for the second year is 13,300 yen, for the third year is 9,400 yen ・Travel expenses, etc. ・The cost for the preparation of technical interns' accommodation will be borne by the receiving company ・Technical interns themselves bear the monthly cost of utilities ・Technical interns' dormitory must be 6 m2 per person (excluding common areas) ・The rent is up to 20,000 yen / month and the difference is borne by the receiving company After the interview, technical interns will learn Japanese language education and enter Japan about half a year later. Technical interns will then work after taking a legal course for one month (two months for nursing care). Technical Intern Training Program have the advantage of interns cannot quit for three years, and after that technical interns can shift to specified skills visa to enable employment for another five years. Wages are treated the same as Japanese.