What would it take to immigrate to Japan ?
...or India or Italy? These are ranked as the most
spiritual-nations on Earth. So, would it be possible
to enter them and become a wandering-monk?!?
Are there programs that support this lifestyle there?
- michinoku2001Lv 77 months agoFavorite Answer
Japan does have missionary visas, hence the LDS missionaries. I do not think you can get a missionary visa for something vague, although begging/grifter monks are a thing in Japan.
- FoofaLv 79 months ago
That's a little bizarre as Italy, despite hosting the Vatican City, rates as one of the most secular nations. But all three of those countries have immigration authorities that can tell you the standards for qualifying to live there. In most cases you'd need an employer sponsored work visa though and I'm not sure anyone would hire you to be a wandering monk.
- sunshine_melLv 710 months ago
No; there is no visa enabling you to move to these countries and become a 'wandering monk'
- StarryskyLv 710 months ago
Contact the embassies or consulates of those countries and ask.
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- Aster RhoidsLv 710 months ago
I have no intentions on immigrating to Japan.
For the most part, I would be detained.
- Anonymous10 months ago
I do not know, but if you ever do accomplish this, please delete your Yahoo! Answers account, so that we never have to hear this question or any of its infinite variants again.