- Living in Dongjak
- Support for Multicultural Families
- Social Integration Program
Social Integration Program
Korea Immigration and Integration Program
- Immigrants can take a variety of educational courses required for living in Korea with topics such as Korean language, economy, society, and laws. The KIIP consists of Korean Language and Understanding of Korean Society courses.
- Benefits for those who have completed KIIP
- Naturalization applicants: Exempt from the written test and interview for naturalization and reduction of the waiting time for acquisition of nationality
※ When completing the naturalization course
- Applicants for permanent resident status: Exempt from Korean language proficiency demonstration
- Applicants for other stay status: Applicants for F-2-7 (Awarded on a points-based system) will receive additional points. Applicants for Long-term Residency Visa and Non-professional Employment/Working Visit will be exempt from Korean language proficiency demonstration.
- Applicants for Chef Trainee for Korean Cuisine (D-4-5), Foreign Servers of Restaurants in Jeju (E-7-1), Foreigners with an Associate’s Degree or higher or Scholarship Students Invited by the National Institute for International Education Development or other governmental organizations (F-4-14): Conferring benefits on such VISA applicants
- Korea Immigration and Integration Program