Japan and Luxembourg to Launch Working Holiday Program

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Japan and the Luxembourg government are set to commence a working holiday program.

During his visit to Japan, Luxembourg’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign and European Affairs, Immigration and Asylum, Xavier Bettel exchanged Letters of Intent with Japanese Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa. The program is expected to be introduced on June 3rd.

The working holiday program allows nationals with visas from the participating countries to stay for up to one year from the date of entry, permitting them to engage in work without a work permit as an incidental activity to fund their vacation. It is anticipated that the program will foster exchanges and mutual understanding among the youth of both countries, and further strengthen the friendly and amicable relations. Japan has implemented working holiday programs with 29 countries and regions.

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