5 Years Citizenship Residency Requirements Without Taxes -
03-18-2017, 04:14 AM
I have been doing a fair bit of research both on the internet and with immigration lawyers.
The Research which I gathered through the Internet says that I have to live in Japan for 5 years to get a Japanese Citizenship.
However, the immigration lawyer whom i was consulting with, told me that i have to live in Japan for 5 years and pay taxes every year in order to qualify for japanese citizenship.
The issue here is, my company overseas is paying all my expenses without paying me a salary. So according to the immigration lawyer, the japanese authorities are not allowed to tax me on my overseas salary.
Yet on the other hand, he says that if i want a japanese citizenship in 5 years time, then i have to be taxed by the japanese tax authorities on my japanese salary.
Do any of you know the real truth here?
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