Overall Types of Visas
All foreigners do not receive the same visa. The proper visa will be issued depending on the particular situation of the individual. Please review the details below on the visas issued for professors and students.
For a Student Visa
|Period of Stay||Status of Stay||VISA||Entry||Departure|
|More than 91 days||Study (D-2)||
||Passport+ Visa+ Disembarkation Card||Passport + Registration Card + Re-entry Permission from Immigration Office|
|General Training (D-4)||
|Less than 90 days||Temporary Visit )(C-3)||
||Passport + Visa + Disembarkation Card||Passport|
To study in Korea for more than 90 days, you need to apply for a D-2 student visa. A student visa can be obtained at a Korean consulate. It can also be extended here in Seoul without having to leave Korea.
Upon arrival, you must have the following documents ready for inspection:
- Copy of Passport
- Flight Ticket
- Customs Declaration Form
- Disembarkation Card
If you have nothing to declare for customs, pass through the green line. If you have items to declare, go to the red line to process the appropriate documentation. For a detailed list of goods subject to declaration or a list of prohibited goods, please contact the Customs Information Office at Incheon International Airport at +82-32-740-7272 or +82-32-740-3333 or visit: www.customs.go.kr.