. Requirements for Assessing Conduct, including Compliance with Korean Law
A person who does not fall under any of the following is recognized as having a prerequisite for conduct
- A person who is sentenced to a sentence of imprisonment or higher in violation of the laws of the Republic of Korea and not more than five years from the date on which the execution of the sentence is terminated or not to be executed.
- A person who has been sentenced to a fine and violated the laws of the Republic of Korea for not more than three years from the date on which he / she paid the fine (if he / she is held unpaid for the labor service).
- A person who has not violated Article 7 (1) or (4) of the Immigration Control Act or five years have elapsed since the violation of Article 12 (1) or (2) of the Act.
- Those who have violated the Immigration Control Act three or more times in the five years prior to the application date. In this case, the person who has been fined is excluded.
- A person who has not left seven years since he left the country after receiving an order of forced eviction under Article 59 (2) of the Immigration Control Act, or who has not had five years since he left the country after receiving an order for departure under Article 68 of the Act.
- In a foreign country, a person has been sentenced to a foreign country for a specific offense, threat, threat, blackmail, fraud, voice phishing, or drug offense under Article 2 of the Special Act on the Punishment of Specific Offenses; A person who has been sentenced to a sentence equal to or more than a safe in a foreign country has been confirmed by a foreign criminal record certificate. However, the following persons can omit the overseas criminal record
① Major investor (F-5-5), doctor in advanced field (F-5-9), doctor in general field (F-5-15), ability holder in specific field (F-5-11), special contribution (F- 5-12) who applied for
② Person who is a criminal minor as of the application date
③ Those who have not stayed abroad for more than 6 consecutive months after being born in Korea
④ A person who has submitted a criminal record certificate of his / her own country, who has not stayed abroad for more than 6 months consecutively and has stayed in Korea for more than 5 years as of the date of application.
※ Those who have stayed abroad for more than 6 months will be required to apply for a criminal record certificate issued by the government of the country of residence during their stay abroad.
⑤ Applicant for permission to change his / her permanent residence (F-5) status within 6 months of the date of issuance of the visa after submitting a criminal record certificate
- Those who have been punished with penalties of 5 million won or more in violation of the Immigration law for the past three years, or who have combined more than 7 million won in fines
- Persons who got deported