Do US residents need a visa to go to Japan?
US citizens qualify for a tourist visa on arrival in Japan for up to 90 days.
There is no fee.
The only requirements are to provide a passport valid for the duration of your stay and proof of departure, but the latter is not always checked.
Can US permanent residents travel to Japan?
2 Answers. No, Japan only cares about your country of citizenship, they will have to apply for a visa via the usual process. The only thing a green card gets you is the right to apply for a visa at a Japanese embassy/consulate in the USA, and tourist visas are usually processed in 2-3 days.
What countries can US permanent residents visit without visa?
The following countries don’t require a tourist visa for U.S. Green Card holders:
- Bahamas (physical Green Card and passport)
- Dominican Republic (physical Green Card and passport)
- Canada (physical Green Card or Green Card stamping and passport)
- Costa Rica (physical Green Card and passport) for all Green Card holders.
Do US permanent residents need visa?
An immigrant visa is for an alien who plans to live permanently in the United States. This visa must be obtained before traveling to the United States. After entering the country on this visa, the alien will be granted Permanent or Conditional Resident status.