Tuesday, 10 August 2010

Getting Permanent Residency in Korea

As Korea becomes a more diverse country with the country's strengthened international competitiveness, so is its society becoming a more multicultural one, with the number of non-Korean citizens who reside here long-term steadily increasing.

According to the Ministry of Public Administration and Security, the number of expatriates in Korea accounts for nearly 2 percent of the country's total population this year, and that proportion keeps growing. But one of the annoying things for non-Koreans who wish to extend their stay and enjoy their lives in Korea can often be visa issues, especially qualifying for permanent residency, or an F-5 visa.

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