A Korean Law Firm may obtain for you – your personal Korean criminal record. In most cases, the law firm is required to obtain a notarized and apostatized power of attorney and a notarized copy of your passport. A Korean criminal record, normally, takes around a week to obtain.
A Korean criminal record is called a Criminal Investigative Record Check (범죄수사경력회보서). If you are interested in obtaining a confirmation that you have no criminal record or require your criminal record, please send us an email and we can arrange this for you.
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