I've researched the VJ forums on this topic, and have only found old information. I would like to see if anyone can share their experience.
My fiance was born in Daegu South Korea in the late 1970's. She moved to Canada with her family when she was 12 years old. We are trying to obtain her Korean equivalent to the US birth certificate Jejeok Deungbon for our K1 Visa interview:
We contacted the Korean Embassy in Canada, and they gave her forms requesting information regarding her father's last Korean address and the ward she was born. Unfortunately, both her parents have passed away, and she has no idea how to obtain the information the Korean Embassy in Canada is requesting.
My fiance's aunt (father's sister) still lives in Korea, but, her aunt has not returned any messages to help us. We tired to contact her back in early January.
What can someone born in Korea that can't obtain the Jejeok Deungbon do in this situation? My fiance holds a Canadian Passport and Driver's License. Would the Canadian government have records of her birth since they issued her a passport?
Thanks in advance to those reading.