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Korean Consulate and Embassy in Australia
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Sydney – Korean Consulate
Address: St. James Center Level 13 111 Elisabeth St. Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
By post: G.P.O. Box 1601 Sydney NSW 2001 Australia
Phone: (612) 9210-0200
Fax: (612) 9210-0202
Website: http://aus-sydney.mofat.go.kr/eng/as/aus-sydney/main/index.jsp
Email: consyd@mofat.go.kr
Hours of service: 9-4 (Mon-Fri)
Serves (Jurisdiction): New South

Queensland and the Northern Territory


Canberra – Embassy of the Republic of Korea
Address: 113 Empire Circuit Yarralumla ACT 2600 Australia
Phone: (612) 6270-4100
Fax: (612) 6273-4839
Website: http://aus-act.mofat.go.kr/eng/as/aus-act/main/index.jsp
Email: (visa/notarization) visa@korea.org.au
Hours of service: 9-12, 2-5 (Mon-Fri)
Serves (Jurisdiction): ACT, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia


Required documents to bring/send to the Korean consulate are:

·        The completed E-2 Teaching Visa Application form. Download the form here. Make sure to fill it in properly and attach the Visa Issuance Number at the top of the form.

·        Photo – 1 passport sized photo, 3.5 cm x 4.5 cm, in color and date stamped on the back (not more than six months old).

·        A photocopy of your university degree

·        A photocopy of your CBC after it has been apostilled (not required at this time)

·        1 set of sealed and stamped transcripts – stamped across the seal

·        Official health statement– the answers must be the same as the one sent to Korean immigration ) (not required at this time)

·        Consul checklist: A two-page document required by the consulate to confirm your information. Download it here. You must have this form witnessed by a Justice of the Peace at the State department in Australia.

·        Fee – The cost of the visa stamp will be $75 AUD. This has to be in cash or a money order (no traveler’s checks). Please call your regional consulate or embassy to confirm this fee before sending it.

Please contact the consulate/embassy before sending anything to confirm which items they expect as policies do sometimes change very quickly.