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When I was in Korea the application was just a breeze. But now applicants have to go through a difficult process in applying for ESL teaching. The documents you need to apply for Korea must have an apostille. This is a way of authenticating your documents and will make them valid to be used in Korea. Here are some of the things I am sure you need to apostille and how to contact the services.
APOSTILLE THESE DOCUMENTS
1. POLICE CLEARANCE
2. DIPLOMA
3. TRANSCRIPT OF RECORD
INTERNATIONAL AUTHENTICATION LEGALIZATION SERVICES

AUSTRALIA
Tel: 61-2-6261-1111 OR Tel: 61-2-6261-3305
Fax: 61-2-6261-3111
http://www.dfat.gov.au/

CANADA
Telephone: (613)226-1001
Canada/U.S.A. Toll Free: 1-800-336-1132
Fax: (613) 226-7402

IRELAND
Department of Foreign Affairs
Hainault House, 69 – 71 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2
Tel: (01) 408-2174
Consular Services, Department of Foreign Affairs, 1A South Mall, Cork
Tel 1: 021-4944765 OR Tel 2: 021-4944766
NEW ZEALAND
Tel: (04) 470-2928 OR Toll Free: 0800-872 675
Fax: (04) 470-2921
Email: authentication@egs.govt.nz
SOUTH AFICA

Tel: (012) 351 1269 OR Tel: (012) 351 0033

Tel: (012) 351 1232 OR Tel: (012) 351 1490

Fax: (012) 323 4372
USA
Toll free: 1-800-336-1132

Please take note that every country has a different way to apostille documents. You might also want to check with the ESL recruiters or the school hiring officers to make sure you have all documents needed for authentication. They are more than willing to guide you through the process of applying to teach ESL in South Korea. Good Luck!



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