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:crying: hello everybody i want ask something . .and i hope that somebody can say to me what can i do?

I arrive in South Korea in July of 2008 and i back to Mexico in September of 2008 but with tourist visa . . i go out each 3 months for have a new visa . . Now that i start with my k1 visa im so scared for have to ask for my non criminal record from there because is almost impossible for me back there . . They denied me the entrance for dont have a proper visa . . they said i was not a tourist there so i need another visa and next time back to Korea.

What can i do? Its better if i write in my G325 that i was in korea 3 months , japan 3 days , korea 3 months . . like that? Because i do that also . . so . .

The non criminal record are really important? They can denied me the visa for dont have a criminal record from there?

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By 'non criminal record', I assume you mean receiving a police certificate from South Korea?

Your post is hard to follow, frankly. Were you ever in South Korea for more than 6 months at a time (consecutively)?


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While you may not have been in South Korea for 6 consecutive months because you went to Japan for 3 days or other similar events. I think the USCIS and DOS would interpret that as living in South Korea. It is your choice how you fill out the information.

Rather than worry about flying to and entering South Korea again on a Visa of some type why don't you go to the web site of the US Embassy in Seoul and see if they list the address for getting a police certificate. You do not need to go to South Korea if you can write a letter requesting the police certificate.

If the US Embassy web site does not help you here, you could try to email the US Embassy and ask them for an sddress to obtain a South Korean police clearance. Finally you could try searching in English for a SOuth Korean web site that list the agency for issuing police clearances.


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:bonk: Sorry . .No not like that . . i have to get a new tourist visa each 3 months so i just go out to Hong Kong and Japan in all that time . . and i just want to know if is really important get a certificate that i was a good girl in Korea and i dont have any records there . . i need to show those papers no? Im wrong?

By 'non criminal record', I assume you mean receiving a police certificate from South Korea?

Your post is hard to follow, frankly. Were you ever in South Korea for more than 6 months at a time (consecutively)?

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:bonk: Sorry . .No not like that . . i have to get a new tourist visa each 3 months so i just go out to Hong Kong and Japan in all that time . . and i just want to know if is really important get a certificate that i was a good girl in Korea and i dont have any records there . . i need to show those papers no? Im wrong?

You should think it is important to get those papers. Please check the web site of the US Embassy in Seoul Korea to learn how to send away to South Korea for the police clearance.

Were you found guilty of something in South Korea?


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So you're from Mexico, traveling to South Korea and Japan on a tourist visa? When you are in those countries, are you in any way classed as resident? I.e. do you have a job, any local ID, etc.

If you are on a tourist visa, especially if you are not in breach of that visa (by returning to mexico and going out to South Korea again shortly after on a new tourist visa) then you are not technically resident there. If you are not resident, you do not need to provide police certificates.


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You should think it is important to get those papers. Please check the web site of the US Embassy in Seoul Korea to learn how to send away to South Korea for the police clearance.

Were you found guilty of something in South Korea?

No of nothing :no: just i want something for support my words :luv:

Thank you so much!!! n.n

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