Obtaining the necessary documents to teach in Korea can be really stressful and a big headache if you do not know where to start or how to go about it. From experience, following a methodical order of things needed to be done will help speed up the process. Every citizen coming to Korea has a different route to follow and one needs to know the specific requirements for their nationality. The method of obtaining documents is different in every county. So what may be allowed in America, may not be allowed in South Africa.Read More
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Okay so you’re ready and excited about coming to Korea and teaching at ChungDahm right? You’ve made a great decision, but not so fast cowboy. First, you are going to need a Certified Criminal Record Check from the RCMP on the basis of fingerprints. Second, you will need to have your University Degree photocopied and notarized and then certified by the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea or Embassy depending on where in Canada you are situated. In this blog I will take you step-by-step about how to obtain your visa documents to teach in Korea if you are a Canadian citizen.Read More
Before you can board the plane and fly to South Korea, of course some planning and paperwork needs be completed and mailed to the Aclipse headquarters in order to receive your visa. Below is a list of what items and documents you will need to obtain if you are a United States citizen in order to teach in Korea.Read More