What to Expect at the Korean Consulate During your Interview The role of this interview is to eliminate any candidates who are considered unsuitable to teach in Korea by the Korean consulate. Please remember that this is a job interview. It is important to act and dress professionally. Try to arrive early for your interview.
Guam Visa Run This section is intended for U.S. teachers who want to teach at a private school and have never had an E-2 Visa before, but can't go back to the United States to issue their visas. Since Guam is a territory of the United States, U.S. teachers can get their E-2 visas at
Japan Visa Run This section is intended for teachers who are already teaching at a school in Korea and need to make a visa run to Japan to extend their visas. New consulate requirements in Japan means that you should budget at least two days to complete the process. Teachers should submit their documents before
Getting a Visa for Private Schools When you are hired by a school in Korea, your new employer will provide you with a Visa Issuance Number after you mail all of your required documents (See Private School Visa Process for a list of the required documents). After you get the Visa Issuance Number, you will
Getting a Visa for Public Schools: When you are hired by the Public school in Korea, EPIK will provide you with a Notice of Appointment and an Official Contract. Once you have received your Notice of Appointment and Contract from EPIK, you need to contact the Korean consulate that has jurisdiction in your area and