Once you receive the Visa Issuance Number or Letter, you will then need to submit the following to the Korean consulate by mail or in person:
*Visa Issuance Number or Letter
*Completed Visa Application Form
*Two Passport Size Photos
*Visa Application Fee (May Vary)
If you are to mail the passport and the certificate to the Consulate, please call and verify their address, find out exact fee involved, and ask them when you can expect your passport back. You'll need to include a check or money order for the exact amount of the fee plus a Self-Addressed Stamped Envelop (SASE). If you do not include the SASE the Consulate will NOT send your documents back to you.
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Important: Please make sure to inform us of the expected date/time to receive your stamped visa from the Korean Consulate. You should keep the full name and number of the representative in charge of your case at the Korean Consulate and ask for the expected return of your visa stamped passport. Based on this information, we will be able to arrange your travel without complications.