what is the wait time like at the Naha office? at Kadena there was no waiting the three times I went.never use it, they send everything to Naha so just go straight to the source
Agreed as it's just a satellite branch. However, if you live in the area, and the speed in which traffic flows here vs. the time it takes to process an application and the mail, it's probably worthwhile to go here over 45 minutes out of your way to Naha and back (God forbid you get stuck in work hour traffic on your way back).never use it, they send everything to Naha so just go straight to the source
Next to nothing. I think I sat around for maybe 5 minutes each time.what is the wait time like at the Naha office?
never had waiting times, and I had paperwork stamped on spot, it was always worth going down there for mewhat is the wait time like at the Naha office? at Kadena there was no waiting the three times I went.
Plus, the Kadena office is a short 10 minute drive from my house.
I guess I'll keep using the Kadena office...
Let me give an example (14 years ago), I think it was my 3rd spouse visa we were renewing, and one of the POS's in there actually told my wife she needed to get pregnant so I could apply for permanent residence. (we do have kids) We then went to NAHA and explained this to them, 2 weeks later I was a permanent resident. It's not about the wait times, it's about personal discrimination involving the front line workers and slowing down paperwork.The good news is that there are two viable options in Okinawa for immigration issues. Neither place is a black hole like the immigration centers in the states.