- a) Admitted applicants who registered during the registration period should receive the Certificate of Admission issued by CAU.
- b) The Certificate of Admission will be issued during the six-week period before the start of the regular semester.
Students wih a D-2 visa should submit a copy of their visa to the International Center upon arrival in Korea.
a) Domestic Residents
- (1) Those who hold the C-3 or D-4 visa and currently reside in Korea should apply for the change of non-immigrant status to the D-2 visa at the Seoul Immigration Office before the current visa expires.
- (2) Students must apply for a D-2 visa at the Seoul Immigration Office.
- Location: Seoul Immigration Office
Office of Management, 1st Floor
Mok-Dong, Yangceon-Gu, Seoul
- Directions: Take Subway Line 5, get off at Omokgyo Station, Exit at No. 7, and walk for 10 min.
- Contact number for citizens of China, Taiwan, and Japan: (02) 2650-6221~2
- Contact number for citizens of other countries: (02) 2650-6225~6
- (3) Required documents - Certificate of Admission issued by CAU
- Alien Registration Card (for holders only)
- Application form for change of non-immigrant status (available at the Immigration Office)
- Official receipt of payment of registration fees (Single Visa: US$30; Multiple Visa: US$50)
- Additional documents may be required depending on the applicant's nationality and status of sojourn (i.e., high school diploma, certificate of enrollment at the Korean Language Institute, certificate of bank deposit, bankbook, etc.).
- Two color photos
b) Foreign Residents
- (1) Foreign students should apply for a D-2 visa directly at the Korean Embassy or the Consulate in the country of their residence.
- (2) Required documents
- Certificate of Admission issued by CAU
- Visa issuance letter (for Chinese who reside in China only): To simplify and shorten the process of the visa issuance, CAU applies ahead for students' visas from the Korean government and provides the visa issuance number to the applicable Chinese students.
- Certificate of family registration (Hukoubu) and resident registration (Juminzheng) (for Chinese students only)
- Additional documents may be required depending on the Embassy or the Consulate.
(i.e. official receipt of payment of registration fees, high school diploma, references, certificate of bank deposit, etc.).
- 1) All admitted students should apply for "Alien Registration" at the Seoul Immigration Office within 90 days of their arrival in Korea. Those who changed the status of sojourn should do so immediately
- a) Contact information: Seoul Immigration Office, 1st Floor, Office of Management Tel. (02) 2650-6223
- b) Required documents- Passport
- Three passport-size photos (3.5 cm x 4.5 cm)
- Application for Alien Registration (available at the Immigration Office)
- Certificate of enrollment (for those who will apply after enrollment)
- 2) Three to four days after a student submits his/her application, he/she will be issued an Alien Registration Card, which he/she should always carry with him/her.
- 3) International students who moved into a new residence should report their change of address to the City Hall or the district office of their new residence within 14 days.
After enrollment, students must submit a copy of their Alien Registration Card to the International Center.
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