What is the difference between the 4?
The 4 different routes differ greatly in the way each leads towards citizenship.
With the residency programs, the applicants are given an immigrant status only. To convert their immigrant status to a citizen status, each applicant is required to reside a specific number of days in the country they apply in. This residency requirement differs greatly according to the country chosen. Please visit the home page of each country to understand the physical residency requirement of each.
With the citizenship programs, there is no residency requirement. This process is much quicker than any of the residency programs. After the entire process, the applicants receive direct citizenship without having to meet any residency requirement. Applicants in this program also bypass the need for achieving any immigrant status either.
With the Japanese program, SUN assists interested applicants to settle in Japan. We will help applicants achieve the required N5 level for visa issuance. We will help applicants enhance their knowledge of the Japanese by getting them admission into Japanese language institutes. We will help applicants get part-time work in their relevant fields during their language studies. We will also help with applicants attaining full-time job. We also help with housing and healthcare. This path leads to wards Japanese citizenship in 5 years.
With the student program, applicants go as students. Upon graduation and after meeting certain requirements, the students achieve an immigrant or residency status. After the student has resided for a specific period in the country, they are then awarded citizenship. Please visit the home page of each country to understand the physical residency requirement of each.