Stop the entry ban on legal foreign residents of Japan

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Varnam Simon
Mar 31, 2021
出産のために帰国した日本人の中国人妻が日本に戻ろうとした時、自分は入国ができるけど、生まれたばかりの赤ちゃんは入国できない、と入国拒否されたそうです。
なんと酷い不理屈な扱い方。

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Chris Williams
Mar 12, 2021
I miss my partner very much. Please consider vaccination passports and testing protocols to begin easing this ban.

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Zuzanna Konarska
Mar 4, 2021
Holders of visas should be able to start their lifes and reunite with their families FIRST.

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Maria lourdes Coen
Mar 3, 2021
Apoyo a quienes forman una familia, base de nuestra sociedad

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Ashish Bishwokarma
Feb 27, 2021
I've been waiting to enter japan for about a year now..
I'm a student and i have to be in japan as soon as possible else my classes will be missed AGAIN!!

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Chris Sng
Feb 27, 2021
Yes

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lucy shulman
Feb 27, 2021
I love Japan! I just wish Japan loved me too . . .

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Cherry Tung
Feb 27, 2021
my hubby is in Japan but i’m ban to enter... even got COE and visa... still not allow to go... been waiting for long time and seems no limited 

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Sylwia Handzlik
Feb 26, 2021
I am studying Japanese language since February 18th and when I was doing application everything seemed to be fine with foreigners students to enter Japan, also my university let me know it will be okay to travel. I accepted to stay in Europe, when the cases got bad in Japan and it has been 1 month when I am having classes from 1 to 7 am and sleep in the day :( It has been very hard, but I do not want to break my course :( Please let the students enter!

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Ally Latham
1 year ago
I am a transfer student of a Japanese University and will soon struggle with a schedule of taking classes. If many of the school's classes are at nighttime, the time difference will make it very difficult for me to study well, or stay awake during the day time. If proper precautionary measures and are taken alongside a two-week quarantine, there is no reason why foreign residents and students should not be allowed back into Japan. There are many other countries who already have perfected this system, and Japan should follow their example.