Artists and production Crew require a Work (Entertainer) visa for activities to engage in theatrical performances, arts, dance, musical performances, sports, or any other show business.
Certificate of Eligibility (COE) must be obtained in advance. Your representative (sponsor/promoter) in Japan can submit the COE application at the Immigration Bureau. The purpose of the Japan Certificate of Eligibility is to facilitate the visa application process.
Once the COE application has been processed, your representative/sponsor has to mail the COE to you so you can apply for your visa.
Applicants must fulfil certain conditions concerning personal history, work status, and form of entertainment.
Please get in touch with us so we can assist with obtaining your Japanese Visa.
Artists and production Crew require an Artistic Performer C-4 Visa (short-term employment) for performance and entertainment activities in South Korea.
Recommendation letter from the Korea Media Rating Board or Motion Grade Committee must be obtained in advance.
The Republic of Korea immigration system is no longer require affixation of visa stamp/label to a page in an applicant's passport, effective from February 2020.
Under the new program, all foreigners entering the Republic of Korea will be required to present the Confirmation of Visa Issuance to Korean Immigration authorities at the point of entry.
Whilst this is the case, submitting the application pack to embassy or consulate will still be required.
Please get in touch with us so we can assist with obtaining the Confirmation of Visa Issuance for South Korea.