Obtaining re-entry permits
for registered foreign residents in Korea
The Ministry of Justice recently strengthened the requirements for re-entry into Korea
from high-risk countries for COVID-19 infections.
Starting from June 1, 2020,
foreign residents of Korea need a re-entry permit
before leaving the country.
The permits are issued at local immigration offices or at the airport.
(excluding A-1, A-2, A-3, and F-4 visa holders)
Upon returning to Korea, foreign residents are required to undergo
a medical examination before the past 48 hours,
written in English or Korean,
detailing whether they have any coronavirus symptoms.
The Ministry of Justice stated it is a temporary measure
to help stem coronavirus infections.
A service for re-entry permits will be
offered on its website hikorea.go.kr.
|[Investopic] Business Meet-up : Business in Seoul & Start-up Visa (0)||2020.07.02|
|[Why Seoul] Center of attention, Seoul city (0)||2020.06.30|
|[Notice] 코로나 감염확산 우려에 따른 정부의 방역강화 조치로 공공시설 대면 사업 이용이 한시적으로 중단됩니다. (0)||2020.06.29|
|[INVESTOPIC] Strengthened requirements for long-term foreign residents? (0)||2020.06.26|
|[투자SEOUL명서] Today's guide to Investment #FDI (0)||2020.06.25|
|[INVESTOPIC] 2020년 2월 인베스트서울센터 개소 #Invest Seoul Center open (0)||2020.06.22|