F-6-2 Visa: Parenting of children after divorce, holder of interview rights
A person whose marriage has been severed due to divorce or other reasons while staying on an F-6-1 visa, who is raising a child born to a Korean spouse, or who has the right to negotiate an interview, continues to stay in Korea with an F-6-2 visa. can stay.
F-6-2 visa screening criteria
- Have custody of children
- If there is no custody, the interview rights have not been restricted by a family court decision.
- Whether there is ongoing interaction with the child
F-6-2 visa application documents
- Basic certificate in the name of the child
- Certificate of family relations in the name of the child
- divorce decree
- Photos showing continued interaction with children
- Documents proving the place of residence
- Other documents required for examination
F-6-2 visa stay permit period
- renewed annually
- Permission until the day the child becomes an adult
- If you raised your child yourself, you can change and stay on the F-2-15 visa even if your child becomes an adult.