Japan to hire 500 immigration staffers ahead of new visas

TOKYO — Japan’s Ministry of Justice on Thursday requested its largest-ever budget for fiscal 2019, including 58.8 billion yen ($528 million) to create a new agency dedicated to immigration …
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