The employment and settlement of Japanese Brazilian migrants in Japan
By removing restrictions on entry and residence for foreign-born people of Japanese descent, the amendment of the Japanese Immigration Act in 1990 facilitated economically-motivated migration from South America, particularly from Brazil, which is home to the largest overseas ethnic-Japanese (Nikkei) population. This study is designed to explore interactions of the following two salient consequences of this ethnic-priority immigration policy. Despite the principle that "non-skilled ...[Show more]
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