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Leaving Korea - Exit Bans


Leaving Korea - Exit Bans

PASSPORT SEIZURES/EXIT BANS AND COMMERCIAL DISPUTES:
The Government of the Republic of Korea sometimes seizes the passports and blocks the departure from the country of foreigners involved in commercial disputes. If this happens to you, please notify the Consular Section of your embassy.

Note that this is not a common occurence and exit bans are not imposed for all disputes. Note also that Korea is not the only country where this can happen.


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Last Updated on 2015-03-17


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