Vietnam citizen US permanent residence needs VISA to go to Korea?
My friend is a Vietnamese citizen but she has a US permanent residence card (green card). She wants to travel to Korea for two weeks, then go to Vietnam for a couple months.
She didn’t get the VISA for Korea, but does she need it?
National Viet Nam (VN) /Residence USA (US)
Embarkation USA (US) /Destination Korea (Rep.) (KR)
Visited USA (US)
Korea (Rep.) (KR)
– Passport and/or passport replacing documents must be valid
– Holders of a Certificate of Identity (passport-style
booklet) issued by Viet Nam to nationals of Viet Nam.
Visa required, except for Holders of a Residence Permit issued
by USA to nationals of Viet Nam provided:
-holding confirmed onward tickets on flights departing within
30 days; when
-arriving on a direct flight from USA, departing to a third
country (e.g. USA-ICN-PVG); or
-arriving from a third country, departing on a direct flight
to USA (e.g. PVG-ICN-USA).
Not applicable if traveling from/to Guam or Northern Mariana
Visa required, except for Holders of an APEC Business Travel
Card (ABTC)For details, click here provided endorsed Valid for travel
Visa required, except for Those who have previously entered
Korea (Rep.) at least 4 times within the last 2 years, or at
least 10 visits in total.
– Visitors are required to hold proof of sufficient funds to
cover their stay and documents required for their next
– Holders of e-visas are required to hold an Electronic Visa
Issuance Confirmation, issued by the Ministry of Justice.
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