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Saturday, July 18, 2009

Nagoya Immigration Office

名古屋入国管理局

Nagoya's Immigration Office has moved. The old office in Marunouchi has closed. The new purpose built Immigration Office is near Nagoya Port on the Aonami Line south from Nagoya Station.

Nagoya Immigration Office

Other things are different too. Gone are the grumpy old Japanese men in uniforms at reception, in are polyglot Filipinas. Reception on the first floor informed me in perfect English to go to the second floor to renew my re-entry permit.

Nagoya Immigration Office

Signs are in Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean and English with a convenience store on the second floor where you can pay your "gaijin tax" - the 3,000 or 6,000 yen for a single or multiple re-entry permit that is placed in your passport and is valid for three years, if you have permanent residency, a spouse or work visa.

Nagoya Immigration Office

Renewing a re-entry permit should take no more than 15 minutes.

Nagoya Immigration Office
Nagoya City
Minato-ku
Shoho-cho 5-18
455-0075
Tel: (0570) 013 904
Google map of Nagoya Immigration Office

1 minute walk from Nagoya Keibajo-mae Station on the Aonami Line from Nagoya Station or take a bus from Tokai Dori on the Meiko Nagoya Subway Line to Nagoya Keiba-jo mae.

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1 comment:

  1. Hello

    My name is Mehrdad Haghranjbar, ,I'm sending message from London, England.
    Basically I have deported from Nagoya about 6 or 7 years ago...
    At the moment I live in Uk since 2010 and I have British travel document and I can get my British passport next 2 yeras.
    However I applied for tourist visa from Japanese embassy in London and they said, they need my reports from Nagoya immigration to see exactly what was my problem on that time and why I deported from Japan ...

    Please help me to I know how can I get that report from Nagoya Airport or immigration. ..

    Thanks. ..

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