What’s the difference between the corporate investment scheme and the immigrant investor scheme?
Jhon Ace Simbulan
December 6, 2021
business_tip No. 2382
For immigrant investment, on the other hand, you will be granted an F-2 Visa by investing 500 million won or more (700 million won for investments in real estate in some areas) in Korea. You are free to engage in business, education, etc., and even without business results, you can extend your visa as long as the investment status is maintained and unless you violate any of the terms and conditions associated with F-2 status.