Non-Japanese persons who worked and paid pension contributions in Japan（Kosei Nenkin / Kokumin Nenkin / Kyosai Nenkin）can claim refunds of their contributions within 2 years since leaving Japan. This payback system is called “Lump-sum Withdrawal Payments”. Details are shown on the guidance pages of Japan Pension Service
Persons who fulfill the following conditions can claim their pension refunds: 1.They are not a Japanese citizen, 2.They have paid Japanese pension contributions from 6 months to 10 years 3.You left Japan less than two years ago 4. They don’t reside in Japan now （※）Minimum period for a qualification to claim old age pension (basically after 65 years old) is currently 10 year’s enrollment. Most of foreigners who worked in Japan in a short period with working visas are to get qualified to claim their pension refunds after leaving Japan. When the social insurance office (Japanese Pension Service) reimburses your pension payments, it deducts 20% income tax on the refunded amount. However, we will help you reclaim the 20% tax charged on the Lump-sum withdrawal.
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