Studying in Japan,using a supporting documents on my wife?Good Day! I'm interested in studying in Japan. I have my mother in law living and working in Yokohama City. She would like to be my sponsor, but the problem is that my wife (my mother in-law's daughter) has a problem on her birth certificate and i can only provide birthcertificate from local civil registrar, but not from National Statistics office here in the Philippines. She also have national ID's, our marriage certificate,passport and employment certificate as supporting documents. Is it possible that my mother in law can sponsor me in studying in Japan using only.those supporting documents as proof of relationship to my mother in law? Thank you
Asked by: Larry, 1 year ago
I think it should be possible, but I cannot give you a definite answer on those kind of detail questions, you should ask the school where you want to study in Japan. They are the experts and the ones who need to give you the initial approval. If they accept your application they will submit it to the Japanese Migration Authorities who will take the final decision.
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Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2021-03-25 16:33:30
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