Q: How long do I have to wait to register for unskilled labor immigration before going to the United States?
A: This depends on the policy guidance and regulations of the US State Department: The current situation is that “non-mainland applicants” do not need to enter the waiting list. As long as all immigration procedures are completed, you can start your journey to the United States, which will take about a year and a half. Applicants born in the Mainland need to wait in line with the priority date announced by the US Department of State every month. The industry can only estimate that under normal circumstances, it takes three to four years.
Q: Can the applicant convert his spouse to the applicant during the immigration process? Are there any age restrictions for the children of the applicant? Can the applicant leave early or ask someone to complete the job?
A: If the applicant wants to change his spouse to be an applicant during the process, he / she needs to reapply; if the child is over 21 or under 21 but married at the time of entry, he / she cannot enter the United States with the applicant at the same time. Several years; applicants are not allowed to leave early or ask someone to complete the work on their behalf.
Q: Do immigrants to the US have to give up their existing careers or high-paying jobs?
A: Not necessarily, it may be the best of both worlds! The United States is the most advanced and powerful country in the world, and having permanent residency in the United States can be said to be “the sea and the sky and the birds fly”! Especially for young people who live in a society with true democracy and freedom, equal opportunities, fair competition, and a perfect legal system, as long as they work hard, everyone can “upstream” and create their own future!
Q: What will the cost of education for immigrant children in the United States be?
A: The American education system is very sound. All primary and secondary schools are free. American citizens and immigrant children are treated equally. They must receive such basic education. As for universities, children of foreigners go to the United States to study, except for the annual tuition fees of top universities such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford The tuition fees for universities with a long history of more than 100,000 US dollars are generally about 20,000 to 30,000 US dollars per year, and over 100,000 US dollars in four years. If there are several children studying in the United States, parents will have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars. University treatment in the United States through immigrants is treated like citizens of children. State and municipal universities only pay thousands of dollars in tuition each year. If necessary, children can apply directly to the government for loans to pay tuition, and start working after graduation to repay by installments! Children’s education in the United States will have more solid knowledge and English, and their horizons will be broader. In addition, due to the influence of political factors, the universities of Hong Kong begin to deteriorate, and the international competitiveness of graduates is bound to decline. Therefore, middle-class parents who are troubled by their children ’s education plans may wish to seriously analyze and consider from the financial burden and other perspectives, or they may find that immigration to the United States may be “the best choice”.
Q: What is the situation with home buyers in the US?
A: The first period of the self-owned property and the contribution amount are low, the period is very long, the financing is convenient, and there is no difficulty. Basically, immigrants with fixed jobs can all have residence. Many new immigrants buy lower-priced houses first, and after a few years, the appreciation of house prices can convert houses of better quality and better environment, or choose to buy the second and third properties that collect rent, and eventually accumulate considerable wealth.
Q: Can foreigners buy property in Japan?
A: At present, Japan has no restrictions on foreigners buying houses. Foreigners can purchase property.
Q: What shoud I do if I don’t understand Japanese?
A: We will provide Cantonese, Mandarin and English translation services.
Q: Will the procedures be very cumbersome? Is it safe to buy and sell?
A: The company’s staff in both places will provide you with professional services. Since Japan has excellent real estate laws and related regulations, you can rest assured to invest in real estate in Japan under the protection of regulations.
Q: Do I have to go to Japan to go through the relevant procedures?
A: The important matter is that I (or the agent) must fully understand and have no objections before signing the contract, so I must go to Japan to go through the relevant procedures.
Q: If I decide to buy a Japanese property, how long does it usually take from signing to settlement?
A: Generally it takes about 4 to 6 weeks from the signing of the contract.
Q: If I bought a property, how should I rent out?
A: You can entrust the Japanese leasing company and management company to rent and arrange all matters related to the lease.
Q: Can I get a loan to buy a house in Japan?
A: Yes, please contact us for details.
Q: Bsides the price of property itself, what kind of expenses should be borne?
A: The initial cost is about 6% -8% of the property price (depending on the property). These include printing paper tax,property acquisition tax, fixed asset tax, judicial scrivener remuneration and other expenses. The specific tax rate varies according to individual. Our person will explain to you in detail.
Q: What are the company’s charging standards?
A: When you are willing to go to Japan to see a house on site and you need to accompany an interpreter, the Hokkaido area is completely free (other areas will charge reception fees for translation, etc.)