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[Title]
Refugee Recognition System of Korea
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• As of July 1, 2013, the Refugee Act of the Republic of Korea, the first stand-alone
law on refugees in the Asia region, went into effect, establishing a process for
refugee recognition consistent with the 1951 Convention relating to the Status
of Refugees (the Refugee Convention). The introduction of Korea’s refugee law
helps to establish a more solid foundation for the country’s refugee system, and
enables greater human rights protection for refugees.
• The term “Refugee” refers to an alien who is unable or unwilling to avail him/
herself of the protection of his/her country of nationality owing to well-founded
fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of
a particular social group or political opinion; or who, not having a nationality, is
unable or, owing to such fear, unwilling to return to the country of his/her former
residence prior to entry into the Republic of Korea.
• The Republic of Korea signed both the 1951 Refugee Convention and the 1967
Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees (the Refugee Protocol) on December 3,
1992, each of which entered into force on March 3, 1993.
Provisions regarding refugees were first established in the Immigration Control
Act and its Enforcement Decree on December 10, 1993. Following the enactment
of the Refugee Act on February 10, 2012, the Refugee Act subsequently entered
into force on July 1, 2013. The Korean.
• The Korean Government established the Refugee Division under the Ministry of
Justice on June 12, 2013 to pursue and implement refugee policies consistent
with Korea’s growing role on the world stage.
• The year 2013 has been especially meaningful for the Republic of Korea, as we
have been elected as the Chair nation of the Executive Committee of the High
Commissioner’s Programme (ExCom), and are therefore shouldering greater
responsibility in the arena of global refugee policy.
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• In accordance with the Refugee Act of Korea, aliens who fall within the refugee
definition will, upon their application, be recognized as refugees after undergoing
evaluation by Refugee Status Determination (RSD) officers. Once recognized,
the refugees are entitled to treatment specified under the Refugee Act and
protection pursuant to the Refugee Convention.
• Moreover, the Refugee Act of Korea guarantees the right to appeal in case of the
denial of the application, while allowing applicants to stay in Korea during appeal
procedures by providing them with refugee applicant status.
• Under the Refugee Act, aliens can apply for refugee status at ports of entry
as well as Immigration Offices, Immigration Branch Offices, and Immigration
Detention Centers. Applicants are entitled to receive assistance from an attorney
during their RSD procedures, be accompanied by a trusted person in interviews,
and receive interpretation service from qualified interpreters.
• Under the law, recognized refugees are entitled to social security and basic
living security services, and may receive social integration training to help
their integration. Their academic credentials and qualifications earned abroad
may also be partially or fully recognized here in Korea. The spouse and minor
children of recognized refugees are also entitled to receive permission to enter
Korea.
• Humanitarian status holders are now eligible to receive permission to engage in
employment activities, while refugee status applicants may receive support such
as living expenses, access to residential facilities, medical services and access to
primary and secondary education.
• Moreover, the Ministry of Justice has recently established and is operating a
refugee support center to provide refugee applicants with better support for
their initial settlement and livelihood, as well as to embrace smoother social
integration of recognized refugees.
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[Title]
Refugee Recognition System of Korea



  Important   108 →   Enforcement Decree of the Refugee Act    
  Important   107 →   The Refugee Act    
  Important   106 →   UNHCR Korea    
  Important   105 →   Refugee Travel Document    
  Important   104 →   Appeal    
  Important   103 →   Cancellation and Withdrawal of Refugee Status    
  Important   102 →   Completion of RSD Procedures    
  Important   100 →   Permission to Stay for Refugee Status Applicants    
  Important   99 →   Refugee Status Determination Procedures    
  Important   98 →   Applying for Refugee Status during Stay in Korea    
  Important   97 →   Rights and Treatment of Refugee Status Applicants    
  Important   96 →   Rights and Treatment of Humanitarian Status Holders    
  Important   95 →   Rights and Treatment of Recognized Refugees    
  Important   →   Refugee Recognition System of Korea    
  Important   92 →   난민인정업무 처리지침    

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  • EMPLOYMENT IN KOREA
  • NATURALIZATION IN KOREA
  • MARRIAGE IN KOREA
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  • china visa
  • Death of Aliens, Estate, Proof of Death

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