Nepalis in Japan comprise migrants from Nepal to Japan, including temporary expatriates and permanent residents, as well as their locally born descendants. As of 2017, there are about 80,038 Nepalis living in Japan, which makes them the largest South Asian community in the country. There has been an increment in the number of Nepalese migrants to Japan. They are becoming more settled as they seek to carve out lives as cooks and restaurant owners, bringing with them spouses and children from back home.
Under the existing system, students on a dependents visa are essentially banned from working full-time immediately after graduating from high school. They can switch to more stable work visas if they advance to universities and complete higher education.
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