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What does 68-(1) means being stamp on my Passport?
edited January 2014
- South Korea
I voluntary surrender in immigration when I go back home here in the Philippines..
what immigration told you
Rhenz I am assuming you over stayed your visa in South Korea. The 68- (1) stamp is a Korean Order of Departure.
This Order of Departure will make it very difficult for you to return to South Korea but it should have no impact whatsoever when you return to your home in the Philippines.
I alsi surrender last year and I was told I need to wait one year if I want come back in south korea now I m palning to go there for business visa
They have stamped on my 362 what does it mean if I get visa m I eligible to make entry in south korea
I overstayed in s.korea aswell they stamp mine as (48)-1 what's that supposed to mean?
I'm planning to get a tourist visa in Australia...do i have to tick deported even if I'm using a new passport and the stamp of.getting deported is in my old passport...and it was 6 yrs ago now.
You have to be very honest when filling out any immigration forms. If you do not admit you were deported the Australian database will flag it up and you be accused of trying to hide your past which will go against you.
i have two year over stay in south korea they stamped 68-1 on my passport .may i go there how many year after please tell me
No one can answer that question. All you can do is contact the Consulate directly and ask them, or apply for another Visa and see what happens.
Just to warn you though... a 2 year overstay is very bad and Korean Immigration does not treat such illegality lightly.
68-1 is the South Korean immigration rule under which you were deported.
You can be banned for up to 10 years under this section. As Terry said you wont know the length of your ban or if you can have another visa until you apply directly to South Korean immigration.
My name is Ali please guide me I have also over stayed in s Korea (68)-1 stamp on my passport last week I apply for tourist visa and embassy gives me visa so pls tell me re entry possible or not I am very confused I have overstay in Korea 2 year 6 month pls guidance me
I am surprised you were granted a visa as there should be a 68 -1 stamp in your passport which means your banned from South Korea.
The border immigration officers at the airport are very strict and the decision to let you enter South Korea lies with them, no one else can answer your question.
i voluntary surrender in immigration of South Korea, over stayed for 3months and had that 68-1 stamp in my passport. does it mean i am banned too even if over stayed only for 3months?
68-1 is an Order of Departure from South Korea.A person with a 68-1 order will not be granted an EPS visa and will only be allowed to return to South Korea in any other capacity at the discretion of South Korean Immigration.
So yes you are banned for at least 2 years and after that any visa application you make may be refused.
You say you overstayed by "only 3 months"you dont seem to understand that overstaying in any country after your visa has finished is a criminal offence which South Korea takes very seriously. Maybe next time you will stick to the law.
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