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Items you need to take/ send to the embassy

You need prepare the following documents for your E2 visa:


















STEP 5 - Get Your E2 Visa - The US


Processing time

It takes 5 working days to process your visa. If you are sending it by post then add a further 2 working days for it to arrive and be sent back to you so in total it will take 7 working days.


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 - Washington - (202) 939-5654 (202) 939-5654

Korean Consulate - New York - (646) 674-6000 (646) 674-6000

Korean Consulate - San Francisco - (415) 921-2251 (415) 921-2251

Korean Consulate - Los Angeles - (213) 385-9300 (213) 385-9300

Korean Consulate - Boston - (617) 641-2830 (617) 641-2830

Korean Consulate - Chicago - (312) 822-9485 (312) 822-9485

Korean Consulate - Seattle (206) 441-1011  

Korean Consulate - Atlanta - (404) 522-1611 (404) 522-1611

Korean Consulate - Houston - (713) 961-0186 (713) 961-0186

Korean Consulate - Honolulu (808) 595-6109 (808) 595-6109

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/consulate prior to sending or mailing your documents to make sure they are open on the day you wish to go and the exact times you can hand in your documents. Be aware that the E2 visa application fee and application process are subject to change so make sure you confirm the documents you need before you go.

There are 10 embassies/consulates in the US Although their visa procedures are similar we strongly recommend you check out the procedure at the embassy/consulate you intend to apply at just in case there are any changes. You can find out the Embassy details at the bottom of this page.