Guidelines for Living Expenses Support for Refugee Status Applicants by MOJ * What is ‘Living Expenses Support’ program? It is a monthly financial support program provided by the Korean Government (the Ministry of Justice) for certain period of time to support the living expenses of the refugee status applicants who are in the process of the refugee status determination. * Who can apply? Refugee status applicants can apply for living expenses support. * When to apply? R..
Guide book for Refugee applicants in Korea by Ministry of Justice You can check the guide book by clicking below link: drive.google.com/file/d/1uTtow7x1pkuwA86KKHFpmXQRWOSiFpRA/view?usp=sharing
Information about purchasing masks From today, immigrants who do not have health insurance can purchase public masks at pharmacies and post offices. You can buy a mask if you bring a foreigner registration card, permanent residence card, or proof of residence. À partir d'aujourd'hui, les immigrants qui n'ont pas d'assurance maladie peuvent acheter des masques publics dans les pharmacies et les bureaux de poste. Vous pouvez achete..
Notice: Mask sharing for migrants living in Seoul City 서울시 거주 건강보험 미가입자 외국인주민에게 마스크를 나누어 드립니다. Seoul metropolitan city distributes the masks for foreign residents living in Seoul who do not have health insurance. Thành phố Seoul sẽ cấp khẩu trang cho những người không có bảo hiểm y tế. 居住在首尔市的未参加健康保险的外国人居民发放口罩 Сөүлд амьдардаг, Эрүүл мэндийн даатгалд хамрагдаагүй гадны иргэдэд маск тараана. 1. Subject to application: foreign residents in Seoul who do..
[SERIES] Pro Se Refugee Litigation – A Story of Hope 2 How successful can refugee litigations without assistance from a lawyer be in South Korea? Quite unsure about the answer, Nancen volunteer Sang Ah and I supported Deo, a refugee from Burundi, with his litigation against the Refugee Status Refusal Decision he received from the Seoul Immigration Office. Currently, we are waiting for the result of his first trial. Following the first article of the..
[SERIES] Pro Se Refugee Litigation – A Story of Hope 1 Nancen meets Burundian refugee Deo It was one busy Wednesday afternoon in January 2020 when Deo (pseudonym) visited Nancen at the office. He was in an emergency situation: the court trial for his refugee litigation was only a few days away, but he had not been able to find an attorney to represent his case. From the first day Deo prepared for his refugee application in South Korea, he had not be..
Join us in the 2019 Equalization March! 10. 19 Major Actions of the Order of Equality The 2019 Equalization March for urging the enactment of an anti-discrimination law will be held October 19. NANCEN marches with the REFUGE RIGHTS NETWORK flag. All statements and joint declarations/decisions will be translated into English. Pre assembly 'We Speak' - 2 p.m. in front of the Seoul Finance Center Marching from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Finance Ce..