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Nigerians In South Korea by Clickemmy: 10:39am On Aug 08, 2013
I was told that Nigerians in South Korea are only engage in English teaching and that they don't give them permanent resident permit. Please Nigerians in South Korea share with us your experiences

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Re: Nigerians In South Korea by chukxie(m): 10:33am On Aug 21, 2013
Are you planning on moving there? Most Nigerians there do factory jobs in cities like Paju, Suwon, Ansan, Dongducheon etc. Factory jobs are tough but the pay check isn't bad. Others have clothing shops in Iteawon and Haebancheon. The get-rich-or -die-trying ones are into yahooze and powder! For your information bro, it's almost impossible to get a teaching job with a Nigerian passport or any other African passport except South Africa. As funny and ludicrous as it sounds, SA is regarded as a 'native English speaking country' while we are not. So, getting a teaching job with a Nigerian passport is almost impossible. However, if you are good at English-- speaking with little or no accent, and you have a flair for teaching, then you might find a teaching job at an English training centre through some 'connections.' Korea is a nice country and most of the people are friendly.

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Re: Nigerians In South Korea by Clickemmy: 2:47pm On Aug 22, 2013
chukxie: Are you planning on moving there? Most Nigerians there do factory jobs in cities like Paju, Suwon, Ansan, Dongducheon etc. Factory jobs are tough but the pay check isn't bad. Others have clothing shops in Iteawon and Haebancheon. The get-rich-or -die-trying ones are into yahooze and powder! For your information bro, it's almost impossible to get a teaching job with a Nigerian passport or any other African passport except South Africa. As funny and ludicrous as it sounds, SA is regarded as a 'native English speaking country' while we are not. So, getting a teaching job with a Nigerian passport is almost impossible. However, if you are good at English-- speaking with little or no accent, and you have a flair for teaching, then you might find a teaching job at an English training centre through some 'connections.' Korea is a nice country and most of the people are friendly.
chuk xie thanks for this detailed explanation. I have some other question pls. Were u or Are u in korea presently. What about immigration palava because the visa i am holding right now is a 3 months visiting visa but i intend to overstay to work. Ur genuie opinion pls
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by Nobody: 1:08pm On Jul 31, 2015
Pls i am interested in getting the visa
pls what are the process to get the 3 months visa
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by Nobody: 1:14pm On Jul 31, 2015
How did you get your 3month visa to south Korea pls help me I am interested @clickemmy
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by ElFenomeno1: 1:16pm On Jul 31, 2015
stnglobal:
How did you get your 3month visa to south Korea pls help me I am interested @clickemmy

What do you want to go to South Korea for
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by ahmedonia4real(m): 3:31pm On Jul 31, 2015
Clickemmy:
chuk xie thanks for this detailed explanation. I have some other question pls. Were u or Are u in korea presently. What about immigration palava because the visa i am holding right now is a 3 months visiting visa but i intend to overstay to work. Ur genuie opinion pls

Only factory work is available for Africans and you can get started on your arrival.......in my brother's voice...
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by Nobody: 4:09pm On Jul 31, 2015
I am going there for teaching job or factory work
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by tensazangetsu: 5:35pm On Jul 31, 2015
ahmedonia4real:


Only factory work is available for Africans and you can get started on your arrival.......in my brother's voice...
So are you saying if you schooled there, you can't find a better job. Am interested in furthering my education there, for a masters in naval architecture. Their ship building industry is first in the world

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Re: Nigerians In South Korea by ahmedonia4real(m): 6:50am On Aug 01, 2015
tensazangetsu:
So are you saying if you schooled there, you can't find a better job. Am interested in furthering my education there, for a masters in naval architecture. Their ship building industry is first in the world

U are to return to your home country after your studies...
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by tensazangetsu: 7:35am On Aug 01, 2015
ahmedonia4real:


U are to return to your home country after your studies...
According to the Immigration Control Act, visas for professors(E-1), research(E-3: applicable only to Natural Sciences and Engineering), or specific activities(E-7), foreigners who have completed a Bachelor's degree in Natural Sciences or Engineering and those with a Master's degree in Humanities from a Korean university are entitled to stay and engage in full-time employment in Korea without reentry permit. I read that on the south korean immigration website. Are you saying that based on hearsay or you have researched.
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by ofis: 8:00am On Sep 27, 2016
Please do anybody has a reliable agent that can help with SK documentations.you can inbox me ofisland@yahoo.com.
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by ofis: 8:03am On Sep 27, 2016
Please do any body know realible agent in 9ja that can help with documentation. Inbox me ofisland@yahoo.com.
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by mikkyangel(m): 6:09am On Oct 07, 2016
ofis:
Please do any body know realible agent in 9ja that can help with documentation. Inbox me ofisland@yahoo.com.

Ur just inviting scammers to inbox u..I nor know where u won rush go?

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Re: Nigerians In South Korea by borntosuccess(m): 2:12pm On Oct 27, 2016
pls peeps in d huz, is it possible for one to get a factory job in south korea from here in Nigeria
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by borntosuccess(m): 9:52am On Nov 07, 2016
ahmedonia4real:


Only factory work is available for Africans and you can get started on your arrival.......in my brother's voice...
pls bro how can one secure a work permit visa for does factory jobs
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by obezaleel(m): 5:07pm On Dec 11, 2016
pls can i get a job from construction company?
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by Clobis(m): 3:25am On Jan 08, 2017
Pls candid opinion, my younger brother has a SA passport through marriage and hopes to travel to South korea. He wants to know the options he has in getting job and immigration?
Re: Nigerians In South Korea by justwise(m): 7:42am On Jan 08, 2017

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