비전행정사사무소

Contact time

Mon-Fri: 9.00-18.00

Alex Lee

D-7 / D-8 visa specialist

Mickey Lee

D-7 / D-8 visa specialist

Quick asking & quick answering ( 빠른질문 빠른 답변)

D-7 visa application documents

          Strengths of Vision Administration Office
 
  Strengths of Vision Administration Office

1

D-7, D-8 dispatch and investment visa for many years.

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Experience in handling more than 500 D-7, D-8 visas over the past 4 years.

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Allocation of five professionals (visas, banks, and personnel).Permission, notary interpretation, business registration card, etc.) Proceed.

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D-7,D-8 visa processing experience of various nationalities (the United States, China, France, Germany, Uzbekistan, Turkey, Colombia, Singapore, Taiwan, Canada, Japan, Ethiopia, etc.)

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From the first banking business to the establishment of a corporation, visa, and foreign registration business, all business agencies can be performed based on their rich experience.

          D-8-1 Visa
 
  What is D-8 visa ?

1

Visa that an individual receives by remitting more than KRW 100 million overseas to Korea, establishing a corporation, or investing in a domestic corporation.

2

Visa that an overseas corporation receives by investing more than 100 million won in Korea by dispatching executives and employees of the headquarters.

3

One employee can be dispatched per 100 million won (except when an individual invests)

4

If three or more Korean employees maintain employment for more than six months, one additional person can be dispatched (except if an individual invests).

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An investment of 100 million won does not necessarily result in a visa, and the necessity of entering Korea must be explained.

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It takes about 2 months from the start of the establishment of the company to the visa period.

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The dispatched person must be at least an executive level to make it easier.

          Making D-8 visa

○ The procedure for establishing a local corporation is largely divided into four stages..
① Foreign Investment Reporting Procedure
② Company Establishment Registration Procedure (Individual Business Registration Procedure)
③ Business registration procedures (the competent tax office at the address of the established company)
④ Foreign-invested company registration procedure
○ In the case of foreigners, only foreign investment reports before company establishment registration and foreign-invested company registration are added after company establishment registration, and the rest are basically the same as corporate establishment procedures by Koreans.

Once all documents are ready, you can issue a visa or change your qualifications after making a reservation at HiKorea

 

          D-8 documents required for visa application (in the case of individual investors)
 
  Documents required for individual investors’ D-8 visa application (additional documents may be required depending on the country and situation). )

1

Application form ( Download )

2

A copy of passport

3

Professional manpower certification documents.

4

Proof of funding sources.

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Copy of business registration card.

6

List of shareholders.

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Certificate of registration of foreign-invested companies.

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Office lease agreement.

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Foreign exchange purchase certificate.

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Telegraph documents

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Details of use of corporate bank account.

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Corporate tax payment documents.

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Corporate entity documents, etc.

14

Power of Attorney

          D-8 visa required documents (when invested by an overseas corporation)
 
  For those who are dispatched, additional documents may be required depending on the situation. )

1

Application form (download)

2

A copy of passport.

3

Resume

4

A copy of degree.

 
  Overseas headquarters documents (additional documents may be required depending on the situation)

1

Copy of business registration card.

2

Dispatch order.

3

Proof of employment

4

The reason for dispatch.

5

Introduction materials from the headquarters.

 
  Required documents of Korean corporations (additional documents may be required depending on the situation)

1

Copy of business registration card.

2

Copy of the representative ID card.

3

Certificate of registration of foreign-invested companies.

4

Office lease agreement.

5

Foreign exchange purchase certificate.

6

Telegraph documents

7

Details of use of corporate bank account.

8

Corporate tax payment documents.

9

Corporate entity documents, etc.

10

Power of Attorney

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