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Permanent resident application for nationality

In the case of simplified naturalization, you can apply if your parents were Korean nationals, and in the case of maintaining or severing the marriage. In this article, we will look at the case where the parents were Korean citizens.

A person who meets the following requirements and has an address in Korea for at least 3 years.

  • A person whose father or mother was a citizen of the Republic of Korea
  • A person whose father or mother died and was a Korean citizen at the time of death
  • A person whose father or mother is a foreign national now but was a Korean citizen in the past
  • A person who was born in Korea and whose father or mother was born in Korea
  • A person who has reached the age of majority under the civil law of the Republic of Korea at the time of adoption as an adopted child of a Korean citizen
  1. Must be of the age of majority according to the Civil Code of the Republic of Korea
  2. Must meet the requirements for conduct judgment
  3. be able to make a living
  4. To have basic knowledge of the Korean language and Korean customs as a citizen
  5. It must be recognized by the Minister of Justice that it does not impair national security and public welfare;
  1. Application for naturalization permit
  2. 1 copy of passport
  3. Criminal history certificate of home country
  4. Copy of foreign family relations certificate or citizenship certificate
  5. Financial documents
    • – Proof of bank balance of 30 million won or more in the name of the person or family member (submit a copy of passbook or transaction details for more than 6 months)
    • – Proof of ownership of real estate worth 30 million won or more
    • – Certificate of employment (attached to the business owner’s business registration certificate)
    • – Certificate of expected employment (financial guarantee is not available)
  6. One copy of each explanatory document for the naturalization applicant’s parents, spouse, children, married or unmarried, adoption, etc.
  7. If the naturalization applicant is of Korean descent, an official document issued by the Chinese government stating that he or she is of Korean descent
  8. A certificate issued by the embassy or consulate of the country of origin stating that the naturalization applicant newly specifies the date of birth
  9. Family Relations Notice
  10. Fee of 300,000 won

∗ Additional documents to be submitted

  1. In the case of a person whose father or mother was a citizen of the Republic of Korea
    1. For Chinese compatriots: the person’s family and residence card
    2. Proof of parental or parental relationship, copy of expulsion
      • – Documents proving family relationship: Notarized kinship in China, birth certificate, court judgment, etc. official documents from the relevant country that can prove paternity, confirmation of kinship of one or more blood relatives (within 8th degree) residing in Korea (family relationship of the person who wrote the confirmation letter) Certificates, copies of expulsion, documents proving relatives such as genealogy), genetic identification results issued by authorized medical institutions, and other equivalent proof materials
  2. In the case of a person who was born in Korea and whose father or mother was born in Korea
    • – Documents proving the fact that the person was born in Korea and the fact that the father or mother was born in Korea (birth certificate, foreign family relationship certificate, etc.)
  3. In the case of a person who has reached the age of majority under the civil law of the Republic of Korea at the time of adoption as an adopted child of a Korean citizen
    • – Family relationship certificate of adoptive father or adoptive mother, adoption relationship certificate and resident registration certificate
    • – Adoption history (written by adoptive parents, signed)

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