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Kizzy KuhnAdministratorJune 7, 2022 at 4:26 am
Hi Rayssa, if you are on a D-4 visa, you need to have been in Korea for 6 months and have at least a TOPIK 2 or KIIP equivalent Korean score. If you have that, then you just need:
1. A letter from your school stating its ok to work
2. your academic transcript
3. your employment contract
4. the general immigration form
You should call 1345 and double-check on the documents you need because it changes frequently. Then, you can fax the documents to the local immigration office.