HOW IT WORKS
The process to securing a teaching position, and visa processing can seem daunting, but it certainly does not have to be. The key is “baby steps”. Follow our lead and before you know it, you’ll be here as well, beginning your own teaching adventure.
Gathering visa documents : 3-4 weeks
Visa processing: 3-4 weeks
STEP 1 – CONNECT WITH US
Send us your resume and introduce yourself via email. We'll go over the basics and confirm we can help each other. We normally then connect via Skype for a proper consultation to get your started.
STEP 2 - PREPARE YOUR VISA DOCUMENTS!
Before we can get to the fun stuff, we will need to have your documents close to being prepared. Altogether, it takes about 3-4 weeks to prepared visa visa documents, and schools won’t want to wait long to get the visa process started once they have secured a teacher.
Please see our VISA DOCUMENTS PREPARATION link for information on what you need, and how to get it.
STEP 3 – GETTING YOURSELF A JOB
Once we know when you can begin your new job, we can get started marketing you, and sending you information on positions we think would be a good fit for you. After a successful Skype interview with your school, and offer has been made and accepted, it is time to begin your visa process.
STEP 4: STARTING YOUR VISA PROCESS - SENDING YOUR VISA DOCUMENTS TO KOREA
Don’t worry, we make it easy for you. We will send you full guidance and checklist on what/how/where to send your courier package.
STEP 5: ACQUIRING YOUR VISA NUMBER
Upon the receipt of your documents at your school, your director will then submit them to the Korean immigration office in order to process your “visa number” (Visa Issuance Confirmation Number). It is the number from the Korean immigration office that states you are eligible for an E2 work visa. We will then send it to you via email along with your visa application and further information for the next and final step.
This takes at most 2 weeks to process.
STEP 6: PROCESSING YOUR PASSPORT
Upon receipt of your "visa number" from us, you'll then take it to the Korean consulate closest to you, where you will have your visa stamped into your passport. You can do this in person or via courier.
STEP 7: LEAVING FOR KOREA
Once your passport has been stamped we will prepare your E-ticket and pick up information and be sure that you are prepared and ready to go.