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Author Topic: Coe (long term), possible ba sa situation ko?  (Read 721 times)
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« on: October 23, 2018, 09:19:48 PM »

Hi. I would like to ask if there's a great chance that my COE will be rejected. Here's my story. My father worked in Japan for around 10-15 years and he has a nikkeijin visa because his grandfather is a Japanese. He was paying his taxes and everything. But when he returned back to my country (Philippines) for a vacation, something horrible happened. He suffered stroke from his vacation here and wasn't able to return back to Japan. It's been 8 years and he is still disabled. After I graduated this year, my uncle (my father's brother, who is now a permanent resident in japan) helped me and he is my guarantor. He applied for my coe. Is there a great chance that may coe will get rejected? I'm so worried right now. It's been 1 month and 17 days since he submitted my coe application.
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« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2018, 12:46:38 PM »

Same case with my husband's cousin. Tita nila ang  gumarantor kasi namatay mama nila while
working sa kaisha..  3 anak niya di pa nakakapunta kaya yung eldest Tita nila
ang gumarantor kaso Citizen na tita ng hubby ko. Clear ang tax nya at walang bad record kaya nagrant ang COE ng pinsan nya.. matagal din lumabas ang result almost 6 mos din sila naghintay..
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« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2018, 11:50:34 AM »

Would it be faster ba po kung nikkeijin? May lahing Japanese po kasi 😔 It's almost 3 months now... I'm worried 😔
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« Reply #3 on: November 20, 2018, 06:48:58 PM »



sana dinala nyo dito sa japan father nyo kahit disabled.
Sabi mo he worked 15 years dito,
Nakapag-contribute sya sa old age insurance, pension, medical insurance.
Mas maganda ang doctor dito at mas mura ang bayad pag disabled.
Pwede maka-apply ng disability benefits at Pension at health care.

Ma-approve ka naman siguro.
Kung permanent resident na papa mo dito since nikkeijin sya,
walang expiration ang residency nya,
he can still come back here,
magamot or avail nga all benefits.
Punta lang sa embassy and lakarin ang return ni papa mo dito, sayang.
Basta buhay, may value ang tao kahit disabled pa.

Good luck.

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« Reply #4 on: November 20, 2018, 06:57:11 PM »



noon dapat nakapag-contribute ng 25 years sa Pension plan para maka-tanggap ng pension dito sa japan.

Pero na-approved na last year ang panibagong Pension law na pwede ng tumanggap ng pension kahit 10 years lang ang contributions.

Your father can avail pension na, punta lang sya sa shiyakusho/city hall or your uncle can proxy him basta andito father mo sa Japan siguro.

Ilan taon na ba father mo. Kung 60 years old na, pwede na sya mag-claim.
Hanapin lang yong nenkin/pension booklet nya, orange color yon.
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