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Re-entry Permit and Submission of Diagnosis for Re-entry into the ROK…

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■ In response to the global spread of COVID-19, the government of the Republic of Korea(ROK) implements a re-entry permit system and a medical certificate submission system effective from June 1st, 2020 to protect the health and safety of its citizens and foreigners staying in the ROK and to prepare for a second wave of pandemic spread warned by the World Health Organization (WHO). 

■ Please refer to the attachments for more details. 

 

□ Application for Re-entry Permit (Re-entry is restricted when leaving the ROK without obtaining a re-entry permit)


 ❍ Eligibility: Registered aliens (regardless of nationality) seeking re-entry into the ROK after departure from the country as of June 1, 2020

 

 ❍ Application: Immigration (branch) Offices across the nation (including at ports and  airports) 

  ※ For the month of June, applications can be filed with a local immigration (branch) office without any reservation.

  ※ Application can be filed at the airport, on the day of departure, without any prior reservation. 

 

 ❍ Required documents: passport, copy of alien registration, re-entry permit application and letter of explanation

 

  Registered aliens who seek to re-enter the Republic of Korea within 3 weeks after departing from the country for the purpose of business (investment) activities, journalism, academic (research) activities as of June 1, 2020. can apply for a "Medical Examination Exemption Certificate" by submitting supporting documents proving the purpose of travel. (See Appendix 1.)

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□ Diagnosis Requirement for those seeking re-entry    (Those without a written diagnosis are not permitted to re-enter the ROK) 


 ❍ Eligibility: Registered aliens (regardless of nationality) seeking re-entry into the ROK after departure from the country as of June 1, 2020.

 

 ❍ Requirement: A diagnosis report issued by a local medical institute must be presented when boarding, and submitted to immigration authorities, which is issued within 2 days (excluding holidays) before departure date (yet, in unavoidable circumstances, it shall be issued within 3 days (excluding holidays)