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Posted · Original PosterOP

the consent age in japan is 12 and i am less than 16 but the consent age in my country is 18

will i be able to travel alone?

how easy is it to get a permanent resident visa to japan?

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These god damn kids with there god damn anime. Being serious though why don't you give it a bit more thought/research

 

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ShowTopic-g1-i12357-k9643689-Would_Japan_let_in_a_16_years_old_alone-Solo_Travel.html 


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3 minutes ago, RuffRuffmcgruff said:

Being serious though why don't you give it a bit more thought/research

i did but i didn't find anything useful :/ 

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Anyone who is less than 16 has no business travelling abroad alone, certainly not get a permanent resident visa.


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9 hours ago, Centurius said:

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^This, Having said that though i travelled to France with my sister when i was 15 and she was 12. That being said our Uncle was waiting for us on the other side. More than likely they wouldn't entertain it unless you had rock solid contact over there and a completely valid reason for going. 


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So... you're less than 16 years old and you want to live in Japan by yourself?


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1 minute ago, RuffRuffmcgruff said:

^This, Having said that though i travelled to France with my sister when i was 15 and she was 12. That being said our Uncle was waiting for us on the other side. More than likely they wouldn't entertain it unless you had rock solid contact over there and a completely valid reason for going. 

I mean yeah, but to what extent is UK-France even really abroad with free travel and all? 

1 minute ago, a7mddiaa said:

are you sure ? since the consent age in japan is 12 so am considered an adult

Consent age is not the same as being an adult


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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 hours ago, RuffRuffmcgruff said:

^This, Having said that though i travelled to France with my sister when i was 15 and she was 12. That being said our Uncle was waiting for us on the other side. More than likely they wouldn't entertain it unless you had rock solid contact over there and a completely valid reason for going. 

i dont really have a reason i just hate the life at my country and my family doesn't want to travel so i thought why don't i travel alone

maybe i could get someone to come to the plane with me but i can't get anyone to live there with me

 

9 hours ago, Princess Cadence said:

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yes?

 

9 hours ago, Dissitesuxba11s said:

And who is going to pay for this trip? I don't think your parents/guardians will even let you buy the ticket.

i have enough money for it and am learning programming so that i can soon have enough money to live there

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Traveling to Japan and nailing 12 year olds doesn't sound like a good idea.

 

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So the age of majority in Japan is 18 for voting, and most other stuff it's stil 20. You're going to have to wait six years.


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Just now, Centurius said:

So the age of majority in Japan is 18 for voting, and most other stuff it's stil 20. You're going to have to wait six years.

do i want to go there to vote?

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1 minute ago, a7mddiaa said:

do i want to go there to vote?

You'll need to become a citizen first which will take a few years more, and no in general you really don't want to live in Japan as a foreigner.


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3 minutes ago, a7mddiaa said:

i have enough money for it and am learning programming so that i can soon have enough money to live there

Do you even have a passport? And learning programming doesn't necessarily mean you can get a job immediately on it. It takes years of experience.

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9 hours ago, Centurius said:

you really don't want to live in Japan as a foreigner.

why ?

 

9 hours ago, Dissitesuxba11s said:

Do you even have a passport? And learning programming doesn't necessarily mean you can get a job immediately on it. It takes years of experience.

ye i have a passport

i have been learning for sometime not that i started right now 

am learning web development so it's not that hard not that am learning game development 

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3 minutes ago, a7mddiaa said:

ye i have a passport

i have been learning for sometime not that i started right now 

am learning web development so it's not that hard not that am learning game development 

Sure.

 

Do note that you would need to go through immigration in your country to get a permanent residency in another country which requires legal guardian permission, and paying the appropriate fees. You can also try to apply for a working visa but that would require some sort of documentation/proof that you are competent enough to do the work.

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9 hours ago, Velcade said:

Kids today take running away from home to a whole new level. 

xD am not rly running not that my family wont know

just that i hate my country

 

9 hours ago, Dissitesuxba11s said:

Sure.

 

Do note that you would need to go through immigration in your country to get a permanent residency in another country which requires legal guardian permission, and paying the appropriate fees. You can also try to apply for a working visa but that would require some sort of documentation/proof that you are competent enough to do the work.

do i need to be 18+ to go through immigrations in my country (egypt) ?

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24 minutes ago, a7mddiaa said:

are you sure ? since the consent age in japan is 12 so am considered an adult

Age of consent =/= adulthood. There are quite a few 18 yos I know that I wouldn't consider adults for that matter. You can't even be employed full time before the age of 15 in Japan and even then the pay for unskilled teenage labour would most likely be far too low to pay a rent with it. Aside from that, most 14 year olds can't handle living alone - you may or may not be the exception, but a foreign country where you probably don't speak the local language very well and have no relatives or friends to ask for support to is not the place to start.


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2 hours ago, a7mddiaa said:

the consent age in japan is 12 and i am 14 but the consent age in my country is 18

will i be able to travel alone?

how easy is it to get a permanent resident visa to japan?

Dont travel along as a minor, not even in the US.

 

Also the way your phrased that, it looks like youre going to japan for a lower age of consent, which ...sounds...wow


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Age of consent is just the age where you can legally fuck with someone who is also consenting.

It doesn't mean you're an adult in the eyes of the law(18), we aren't in the times of the barbarians anymore where losing your virginity = you're a adult now. Also, the age of consent is 13, not 12.

https://www.ageofconsent.net/world/japan

 

 

If you want to go there and live alone, you will need to find a place to live and find employment, no one will hire a 14 year old who should still be going to school and no one will rent an apartment to a 14 year old without a job, without parents, without relatives, without guarantor, without anything really.

https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/docs/WEBTEXT/27776/64846/E95JPN01.htm

Especially not to some kid who isn't even Japanese, they will think you're an illegal and call the cops on you. 

 

Stop dreaming and wait until you're 18, which is the age you can find a job without needing the consent from your parents, tutor or other person "in power" of you. Immigrating to another country isn't as easy as just crossing the border and say "I live here now", contrary to what some people might say.


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8 hours ago, Syntaxvgm said:

Dont travel along as a minor, not even in the US.

Also the way your phrased that, it looks like youre going to japan for a lower age of consent, which ...sounds...wow

its the only country that i can travel to alone 

just to make sure i get this , age of consent means the age i can live alone legally right?

 

6 hours ago, TetraSky said:

Age of consent is just the age where you can legally fuck with someone who is also consenting.

It doesn't mean you're an adult in the eyes of the law(18), we aren't in the times of the barbarians anymore where losing your virginity = you're a adult now. Also, the age of consent is 13, not 12.

https://www.ageofconsent.net/world/japan

 

If you want to go there and live alone, you will need to find a place to live and find employment, no one will hire a 14 year old who should still be going to school and no one will rent an apartment to a 14 year old without a job, without parents, without relatives, without guarantor, without anything really.

https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/docs/WEBTEXT/27776/64846/E95JPN01.htm

Especially not to some kid who isn't even Japanese, they will think you're an illegal and call the cops on you. 

 

Stop dreaming and wait until you're 18, which is the age you can find a job without needing the consent from your parents, tutor or other person "in power" of you. Immigrating to another country isn't as easy as just crossing the border and say "I live here now", contrary to what some people might say.

do. you mean its impossible or just very hard thing to do ?

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