How can I get spouse visa in South Korea?
- A completed Visa application.
- A recent passport photo (3.5 x 4.5cm, colour photo)
- Passport (Original)
- Original and a photocopy of Marriage Certificate from Korea(혼인관계증명서)
- Certificate of residence registration, personal information and family relationship of Korean spouse(주민등록등본, 기본증명서, 가족관계증명서)
How long does it take to get a marriage visa in Korea?
When both of the marriage partners are U.S. citizens, they will receive this certificate form right away. However, if one spouse is a Korean citizen, this process can take up to 3-5 days, and will be reflected on the Korean marriage certificate (혼인관계증명서, pronounced hone-in-gwan-gae jeung-myung-suh).
How can I bring my husband to Korea?
When you decide to live in South Korea, you will need a SOFA Visa Stamp in your passport, so you may be allowed to stay with your spouse for the duration of their assignment. You will need a copy of your orders, military ID, and passport in order to receive it.
What is marriage visa in Korea?
In principle, a F-6 visa applicant (marriage migrant) should have a basic level of Korean speaking capabilities. However, if a marriage migrant can’t speak Korean but the marriage migrant and his/her Korean spouse can communicate well with each other in a foreign language other than Korean, the F-6 visa can be issued.
Can spouse visa work in Korea?
F-3 visa holders cannot work legally. Eligible Applicants: Spouses or children of D-1 to E-7 visa holders. Children of D-1 to E-7 visa holders should be under 19 years old (Korean Age)
Can foreigners marry in Korea?
A foreigner who wants to marry a South Korean citizen must produce the following documents: Evidence of identity and nationality – both birth certificate and passport. Affidavit of Eligibility for Marriage – issued and notarised by the consulate of the home country.