Required Documents for New Zealander
* A copy of official and sealed transcript. This transcript is not required for visa processing in Korea. You may need a transcript copy for Korean Consulate/Embassy which you would contact for the actual visa stamp on your passport. You need to check with a particular Consulate/Embassy before you send out your passport/visa application. Different consulates may have different policy for the transcript. Please also make sure to check visa fee.
If you have any questions pertaining to the above instructions please email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more detailed explanation.
From NZ, you have two options. You can either get a notarized copy from your local Korean Consulate or Embassy (http://www.koreanembassy.org.nz/eng/as/nzl-wellington/main/index.jsp), or an apostilled copy (http://www.apostilleinfo.com/newzealand.htm). You can go in person for the Korean Consulate/Embassy notarization or apostille, or you can take care of it by mail; you will need your original diploma for the notarization or apostille process. However, DO NOT send your original diploma to Seoul with your visa documents.
Please download the health statement. Please complete the form, sign the bottom and email us at your earliest convenience. The actual physical will take place here in Korea. The physical will consist of a routine physical, blood and urine test where they will check for controlled substance, STD, and HIV.
Send us 2 and keep 2 for your visa application that you need to submit to the Korean Consulate.
The best criminal background check in New Zealand is a Police Clearance Certificate (usually called Copy of Conviction Record) which you can obtain from the Ministry of Justice and takes between two to three weeks: http://www.justice.govt.nz/privacy/ (make sure your criminal background check is within six months of starting in Korea). Also, make sure your criminal background check includes a sex offender check; typically it does, but make sure to double-check (it is important with Korean immigration). As well, it is always good to check with your local Korean Consulate to verify, things can change without notice: http://www.koreanembassy.org.nz/eng/as/nzl-wellington/main/index.jsp
Once you receive your criminal background check, you first need to get it notarized locally by a notary public or lawyer (of original criminal background check, no copies). Once you receive the local notarization, you next need to get an apostille (again, of original criminal background check, no copies); here is a link for apostilles in NZ: http://www.apostilleinfo.com/newzealand.htm
Please note that Criminal Background Check is supposed to be issued within 6 months from the date on which your visa is applied.
Copy of Passport
The page with the photo.
Signed Employment Contract
The final draft will be emailed to you once we have established where you will be working.