How Nigerians Can Get a Visa to South Korea
In this post, we learn how Nigerians can get a visa to South Korea. We explore all the necessary information needed to procure a visa to South Korea.
About South Korea
South Korea is officially regarded as the Republic of Korea. It covers a total area of about 100,210 square kilometres with a population of about 50,801,405. Seoul is the capital of South Korea.
It is also famous for its lustrous, hilly countryside speckled with cherry trees and centuries-old Buddhist temples.
South Korea hosted the Winter Olympics in 2018.
Types Of South Korean Visas
- Business visa
- Tourist visa
- General Training visa(D-4)
- Study visa (D-2)
These are the necessary documents required for a Business visa:
- Completely filled and signed visa application form.
- A recent colored passport photograph not older than 3 months, with a white background.
- A valid International passport and one clear copy of the passport data page.
- Documents proving the purpose of business: invoice, contracts, etc.
- Individual and company’s Bank account statement for not less than a period of 3 months and issued within 14 days.
- Proof of hotel reservations or accommodation arrangements in South Korea.
- Flight tickets or schedules showing the date of entry and exit from South Korea.
- Original and photocopy of the company’s Certificate of Incorporation.
- Valid original company Memorandum and a copy of the cover page and stamped page.
- Original copy and photocopy of Tax Clearance (FIRS).
- Photocopy of any form of identification such as National ID card/Drivers license/Voters card/Work ID. The Original copy of the ID card will also be accessed.
- Letter of invitation explaining in detail the specific purpose and duration of the business activity.
- A photocopy of the Korean business registration certificate.
- Original copy of guarantee letter from korean company which includes the applicant’s contact number, e-mail address, and company details.
Where To Go
Embassy of the Republic of Korea located in Abuja
Address: No9 Ovia Crescent Off Pope John Paul II Street Maitama, Abuja.
Phone: (234-9) 461-2701
Fax: (234-9) 461-2702
E-mail Address: [email protected]
Official Website: http://nga-abuja.mofa.go.kr/
Working Hours: 8:30 ~ 5:00
For more details regarding all types of visas, please visit the official website of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Nigeria.
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