Managing Immigration in the Age of Disruption: A Japanese system keeping up with the times
How is Japan modernizing its effort to manage immigration in the age of disruption? Fragomen's Kenneth Lau and Adrian Goh discuss in this blog.
Japan’s immigration system has long been a fascinating study of paradox. On the one hand, it contains the streamlined processes and relatively quick processing times of what one might expect from a modern immigration system. On the other hand, for the most part it remains a significantly manual process in which the rules are quite stringently applied. Read more on Fragomen.com.