I applied E2 visa at Korean Consulate, how can I get my Visa Grant Notice
You have to visit www.visa.go.kr
and get your "Visa Grant Notice". You can search and download it using your personal information including passport number.
1. Select "Diplomatic Office"
2. Insert Passport Number
3. Type your name as shown in your passport (SURNAME + GIVEN NAME - ex. DOE JOHN MICHAEL)
4. Insert Date of Birth
5. Press "Search" Button
6. Click "Certificate" and download the Confirmation of Visa Issuance
7. Print out the Visa Grant Notice (Korean Immigration office is not issuing E2 Visa sticker since spring 2020)
[SAMPLE OF VISA GRANT NOTICE]
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