City Hall 英会話「あぜりあ」本八幡・西船橋・津田沼・佐倉
Another year has come and gone, and now I must face one last obstacle before I can settle down for the year: getting my visa renewed.
The process of doing this in Japan can be downright exhausting, with days off often being used to run back and forth between municipal offices.
The treks to and from the immigration offices always have a sense of dread to them, as well as the several weeks of waiting for approval or disapproval. It is a painstaking process, for sure.
However, I often have to remind myself that people all over the world have to deal with this to varying degrees.
It is all a part of the process of living abroad.
Although the way I feel during the application process might be negative, the feeling after it is done is a positive one.
It gives me a fresh perspective on what people have to do in my home country when they come from far away places to live.
Is there something you have to do for the government that is stressful or bothersome?
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