Korea: E-2 Visa Holders Can Teach at Firms Legally

Harold Schiffman haroldfs at gmail.com
Thu Mar 12 15:07:47 UTC 2009

 Forwarded  From: : edling at lists.sis.utsa.edu

The Korea Times

E-2 Visa Holders Can Teach at Firms Legally

E-2 visa holders will be able to open English classes at corporations
and government offices, the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights
Commission (ACRC) announced, Tuesday.

Its spokesman said that the regulations that discourage companies and
government organizations from staging English classes in their own
buildings will be eased.

Under the current law, E-2 visa holders, eligible for teaching a
foreign language, cannot teach at corporations and government offices
unless they work full time.

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