In the case of the online advertising agency I commissioned, there was no income in Korea.
Basically, foreign-invested companies of foreign companies that have established a corporation in Korea must have income.
If there is no income in Korea, it is the case that it should have been established as a representative office in Korea, not as a foreign-invested company.
When we contacted us, we had already established a corporation, and it was time to apply for a visa for a young employee.
There were three special cases for this company.
The first was that there was no income in Korea, and the second was that the contractor of the residence contract of the dispatched employee was a third party. Finally, the Hong Kong subsidiary also invested this time, but the head office was in China, so the dispatched employee is actually in China. It was an employee working at.
First, for the lack of income, a future plan was prepared and submitted in advance, and the second problem was that various situations were complicated because the contractor was a subsidiary in Singapore, not a general public.
Even things that don’t seem like much are interpreted differently depending on how the immigration officer views it.
If the contractor is a third party, there may be doubts about whether the current employee is an employee of the Singapore subsidiary rather than an employee of the Chinese headquarters.
Therefore, we prepared the necessary data, and the third problem could be solved without difficulty because it is a frequent case.
This is also the reason for seeking Chinese-speaking administrators who can accurately convey the company’s position on various issues.
Basically, since our vision administration office visits the immigration for investment visas at least once a week, we can roughly guess what they will ask for because we know the propensity of the person in charge.
Therefore, I received an alien registration card after applying for a visa without any problem.