This person started about 4 months ago.
First of all, in order to transfer funds from Sri Lanka, you need to prove that it is an investment fund.
As we signed an agreement with Kookmin Bank and were working on it, we requested and sent the necessary documents to Kookmin Bank.
Only those tasks took about a month.
In Korea, documents were quickly made and sent, but Sri Lanka Bank continued to request documents, so it took a little longer for investors to match those documents.
With the remittance-related details completed, I entered Korea and proceeded with an investment visa.
However, a new problem arose. The investor left the notarized address document in the home country.
So I told them to send it as soon as possible, but I lost the notarized address document and could not find it.
As a result of such work, it was delayed for about a month once again, and fortunately one month later, a notarized address document arrived and the corporation was established.
After the establishment of the corporation, I applied for a visa to the Ulsan Immigration Office, but another minor problem arose.
This is a notice that visas are not available for foreign direct investment at the immigration of Ulsan.
Fortunately, because I went in person, I informed them that I was mistaken, and asked to check again and let me know, and I came to Seoul.
After about 3 days, I checked and answered that it was possible and applied for a visa.
However, since Ulsan Immigration and Immigration did not know the details of the investment visa, it took a long time to screen and also had many questions.
First of all, it was about the investor’s business details.
And after a lot of time, I finally got an answer saying that I would grant my visa.