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To get your E2 working visa you need go in person or send your documents to the Korean embassy in Wellington or the Korean Consulate in Auckland, use which ever office is closer to you.






















STEP 5 - Get Your E2 Visa - New Zealand


Processing time

The processing time is 3- 5 working days including the day of application but can take longer during busy periods

NOTE: Please make sure you keep us updated on your progress, let us know when you have sent /taken the documents, when they have arrived, when you are expected to receive the E2 working visa and when you actually receive it.

Embassy details

Korean Embassy in Wellington


Korean Consulate in Auckland


Filling out the visa form

There is a space at the top of the form to write your visa issuance number (this will be sent to you by email). As you can see the boxes are very small but you just have to cram the information in. Follow the instruction on the back of the form.



Instructions

Call the embassy in Wellington or consulate in Auckland prior to taking or mailing your documents and confirm there have been no changes to the procedure or visa fee. If you are mailing your documents, determine the preferred method of post and be sure to include a self-addressed stamped envelope with the appropriate postage affixed so that the embassy/consulate can return your documents.

Once you have taken/sent your documents to the embassy/consulate, they will contact you to schedule an interview with them. The interview should be done in person but sometimes they will make an exception if you live far from their office, and conduct the interview by other means. DON'T BE AFRAID! The interview is only to find out a little about your personal character and to see if you're going to make an effort. They will ask you questions about your hobbies, interests, family, etc. It's really quite easy.

Items you need to take/ send to the embassy

You need prepare the following documents for your E2 visa: