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Immigration

I've lost my alien registration card. How can I get another one?

To replace a lost alien registration card, you must, without delay,
1. go to your local immigration office
2. bring your passport
3. bring  a passport size photo
4. fill in the application form available at the immigration office
5. pay W10,000

This must be done in the local immigration office (if you’re in Seoul, it cannot be done at SGC or Invest Korea). To access information on local immigration offices, click here or click on the Moving to Korea tab and then on Immigration and Visas.

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