Furthermore, how often have you found that web content hasn't been kept
And exactly who will you appeal to if you arrive in Korea without a Visa
and you discover it is recovered.
If I were investing my funds in travel to Korea, I'd make sure that I had
the proper documents by dealing DIRECTLY with the authorized
representatives of the government in question.
On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, Paul Hoffman / IMC wrote:
At 10:46 AM -0800 1/28/04, Kevin C. Almeroth wrote:
>>The Korean embassy page that is linked to from the IETF meetings page
(<http://www.koreaembassy.org/visiting/eng_visas.cfm>) makes it
pretty darn clear that US folks should get a visa. They do have a
link from that page saying how wonderful US-Korea relations are, of
What part are you reading that says this?
"# You may enter Korea without a visa for a stay up to 30 days
or less for tourism, visiting, or transit to another country when
carrying a valid US passport."
Seems to me to pretty clear that a visa is not needed.
I am not a lawyer, but I don't think attending a professional meeting
is either "tourism", "visiting", or "transit to another country".
--Paul Hoffman, Director
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