E-2 visa regulations

Apostille- Need a Rush?

All FBI Background Checks must be apostilled in order to get your E-2 visa. However, if you're in a rush, check these guys out: 


This is not a paid advert. I needed a last-minute apostille. For two FBI background checks with an apostille, the fee was $166 (and the additional cost of Fed-exing it to Korea was $70.00) and I had it within five business days. 

On the left-hand side of the site, find links to all the document processing paperwork you need. Use the phone number on the docs to call them- they are super-friendly and very responsive.

It relieved a ton of my stress to use Washington Express Visas. I think if I had to go through the process of getting a background check apostilled again, I'd use them instead of handling it myself. 

Important update on E-2 visa regulations

As you may have seen on Gusts of Popular Feeling, we're finally getting some clarification regarding the new visa regulations for the E-2 teaching visa. This should come as no surprise to those who know Korean ways, but that clarification had to be specifically asked for, as seemingly none had come on its own. Credit for receiving the clarification goes to professor Ben Wagner for asking the big question.

The verbiage coming from Korean Immigration is a bit dense:

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