Can a spouse holding with A-2/ A-1 visa study in South Korea?
Asked by: khan ashik rahman, 1 month ago
When you study 20+ weeks in Korea you would normally have a D-2 visa for degree programs or D-4 visa for Korean Language courses at a university. Language courses in Korea can also be taken on visa waiver, H-1 visa and probably a bunch of other visas as well. F-visas like the ordinary spouse visa and visa for overseas Korean usually also give the visa holder the right to study. However, I have no experience with the A-1 and A-2 visas since they are for diplomats and government officials. It should not be a problem to take a short language course on these visas but degree studies might not be allowed. Check with the Korean embassy or the school that you are interested in.
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Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2020-10-21 18:50:03
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