I have read many times on here that you need an instructor visa to do ALT work and work in public schools and you need a specialist in humanities to work in private conversation school. Is that really the case and if so where is the official writing on this? Isn't it open to interpretation and maybe not such a big deal if for example someone with an instructor visa works for a conversation school? Is there overlap because, if I remember correctly, for specialist in humanities, you should be a foreign language teacher(and it ends there). Isn't that the exact same thing you would be doing on an instructor visa, teaching a foreign language? If I am wrong can someone point me to an official site where it is written word for word exactly how it should be because otherwise I would think immigration wouldn't have grounds to penalize someone doing this, someone with an instructor visa teaching at an eikaiwa.
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Instructor visa vs specialist in humanities