Korean Immigration Law: Challenging a Korean Immigration Deportation/Exit Order in Korea

Being convicted of a crime in Korea, may lead to deportation.  If you are issued a deportation/exit order from the Korean Immigration Service, you do have avenues to reverse this deportation order within the courts.  Korean Immigration Law is rapidly changing – please check back to The Korean Law Blog for the latest updates from Korean Immigration lawyers from IPG’s Korean Immigration Law Team. The Courts in Korea have jurisdiction to review all exit/deportation orders issued by Korean Immigration.  Korean courts will look, generally, to whether: A.  The order complies with the law; and B.  Whether Immigration has abused its discretion. Under Korean law, Immigration Services of Korea has broad power in the issuing of deportation and exit orders.  Korean Immigration law imposes restrictions on actions by Immigration under certain visa categories.  If Immigration in Korea complied with law, an Korean Immigration’s order may be challenged under Korea’s “abuse of

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