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Procedures for Foreign Residents upon Moving Into /Moving Out of the City(Digest Version)

更新日:2023年9月4日 ページID:025524

Below you will find the main procedures necessary for moving into/ moving out of Nagasaki City (please click on the links below).

For all other procedures, please see the ‘International Guidebook for Life in Nagasaki City’, or our homepage.

Moving In / Moving Out Notifications

Turning On Water and Sewage (Moving In)/ 
Turning Off Water and Sewage(Moving Out)

Enrolling in the National Health Insurance(Moving In)/
Withdrawing from the National Health Insurance(Moving Out)

Enrolling the National Pension Fund(New Residents from Abroad)/
Withdrawing from the National Pension Fund(Residents Leaving to go Abroad)/ Change of Domestic Address

Applications for Children's Allowance(Moving In)/
Recipients of Children's Allowance(Moving Out)

Those who are Pregnant, or with Children Under 1(New Residents)

Moving In/ Moving Out Notifications

Moving Into Nagasaki City from Abroad

Persons Who May Submit the Notification

Applicant, member of the applicant’s household, a proxy (※requires a Power of Attorney).

Necessary Documents

  1. Residence Card(s) (Please bring a passport if you have not yet been issued a Residence Card)※For all family members
  2. Personal ID if submitting a notification as a proxy.
  3. Personal Seal(only applicable for those who wish to register a Personal Seal).

Changing Residence within Japan

Persons Who May Submit the Notification

Applicant, member of the individual’s household, a proxy(※requires a Power of Attorney).

Necessary Documents

  1. Proof of Change of Residence(issued at your previous residence)or a Basic Resident Registration Card (Juki Card) (must have been updated upon submitting a Moving Out Notification at your previous place of residence)
  2. Residence Card(s)(for all family members)
  3. Personal ID if submitting a notification as a proxy
  4. Personal Seal(only applicable for those who wish to register a Personal Seal)

Moving Within Nagasaki City

Persons Who May Submit the Notification

Applicant, member of the applicant’s household, a proxy(※requires a Power of Attorney).

Necessary Documents

  1. Residence Card(s)(for all family members)
  2. Personal ID if submitting a notification as a proxy
  3. National Health Insurance Card(only applicable to those who possess one)
  4. The My Number Card or Basic Resident Registration Card, "Juki Card"(only applicable to those who possess one)

Moving out of Nagasaki City

Persons Who May Submit the Notification

Applicant, member of the applicant’s household, a proxy(※requires a Power of Attorney).

Necessary Documents

  1. Personal ID of individual submitting notification
  2. National Health Insurance Card(only applicable to those who possess one)
  3. The My Number Card or Basic Resident Registration Card, "Juki Card" (only applicable to those who possess one)

Service Counter

Regional Offices, Kurosaki Office, Ikeshima Office, Nagaura Office, and Area Offices.

Turning On Water and Sewage (Moving In)/
Turning Off Water and Sewage(Moving Out)

A notification must be submitted when you wish to turn on water and sewage, and when you wish to turn off water and sewage.

Applications may be made any time via the internet.
However, applications will be processed during office hours.
https://www.city.nagasaki.lg.jp/water/uketsuke/
※Site is in Japanese

Service Counter

Water and Sewage Bureau Payment Service Division (Tel:095-829-1207)
<Office Hours> Weekdays(Mon~Fri)08:45~17:30 

Enrolling in the National Health Insurance(Moving In)/
Withdrawing from the National Health Insurance(Moving Out)

National Health Insurance is for those who are not enrolled in workplace insurance etc.
Those enrolled in the National Health Insurance pay a portion of any medical fees incurred through sickness or injury. The remaining costs are covered by the National Health Insurance.

Enrolling in the National Health Insurance

Necessary Documents

  1. Passport or Residence Card ※necessary for all new arrivals to Japan
  2. Proof of previous year's income(a withholding slip)※not necessary for new-arrivals to Japan
  3. Personal Seal ※signature is acceptable
  4. Moving In Notification
  5. National Health Insurance Card(s) for anyone in your household already registered for the National Health Insurance
  6. Pension Certificate, if you are receiving your pension

Withdrawing from the National Health Insurance

Necessary Documents

  1. National Health Insurance Card
  2. Personal Seal ※signature is acceptable
  3. Moving Out Notification

Service Counter

Regional Offices.

Enrolling in the National Pension Fund(New Residents from Abroad)/
Withdrawing from the National Pension Fund(Residents Leaving to go Abroad)/ Change of Domestic Address

The National Pension Fund provides lifestyle and injury security for aged residents.
All residents of Japan between the ages of 20 and 60 must enroll in the National Pension Fund.

Enrolling in the National Pension Fund

Necessary Documents

  1. Passport or Residence Card
  2. Pension Handbook(when moving into Nagasaki City from within Japan)

Withdrawing from the National Pension Fund

Necessary Documents

Pension Handbook

Change of Address

Necessary Articles

Pension Handbook(those who are paying into the National Pension Fund must bring their Pension Certificate)

Service Counter

Regional Offices, Kurosaki Office, Ikeshima Office, Nagaura Office, and Area Offices.

Applications for Children's Allowance(Moving In)/
Recipients of Children's Allowance(Moving Out)

Children's Allowance is given to those who are raising children until they graduate from Junior High School (up to the 31stMarch in their 15thbirthday).

Applications for Children’s Allowance

Application can be made at the Child Policy Division Nagasaki City Hall or at Regional Offices.
Please make applications for Children’s Allowance within 15 days of moving into Nagasaki City.

Recipients of Children’s Allowance

Please complete procedures with the Child Policy Division Nagasaki City Hall or at a Regional Office.

Those who are Pregnant, or with Children Under 1(New Residents)

We shall issue Maternal and Child Health Handbooks to those who are pregnant or who have children under 1 years of age. 

Service Counter

Regional Offices, Kurosaki Office, Ikeshima Office, Nagaura Office, and Area Offices.

We have regular consultation days when we provide an English-language interpreter for pregnant women and expectant women and mothers, who cannot read or write Japanese.

  • Date and Time: 13:00-15:00, 3rdWednesday of every month
  • Venue: Infant Checkup Room , 2nd Floor City Hall
  • Details: Consultations regarding pregnancy, parenting, health checkups, vaccinations etc.

Please contact the Ajisai Call Center if you require a Chinese or Korean interpreter.

Ajisai Call Center ☎095-822-8888 

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電話番号:095-829-1113

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