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  • International Mailing Address:
    Embassy of the United States Seoul
    32 Sejongno, Jongno-gu
    Seoul 110-710
    Republic of Korea

    U.S. Mailing Address:
    U.S. Embassy Seoul
    Unit #15550
    APO AP 96205-5550

    As the physical embassy in Seoul cannot cover all the needs of American citizens, who are in Korea, to perform many services through the embassy. So the virtual presence post of the United States embassy in Bussan, Korea to allow American citizens to perform some services as well as Korean citizens to know about their visas too. You can get to know here this virtual embassy and what services can be done through it for both nationalities

    The American citizens section
    Many services can be done here as:
    Passport services : including issuing passports, renew old ones, add extra visa pages, extend their passport validity, report stolen passports and green cards and fill these forms till the counselor officer collect these forms and applications in scheduled times.
    Birth registration: American citizens giving birth overseas have to register their children in the embassy in order to get a birth certificate, social security number and American passport

    Notary services: the embassy notarize the documents in order to be used in the United States
    Child adoption: you can find through the VPP much information about how to adopt a child and the regulations needed to take him / her back to the United States

    Voting service: it is one of the important services that the consulate (VPP) does for American citizens overseas.
    Along with the services the consulate provides the American citizens with very useful information about medical care and where they can find hospitals and doctors in Korea also the consulate provides the citizens with list of attorneys if needed in any case. The consulate offers help in cases of emergency by providing phone number to report your emergency to the duty officer in charge.

    For the Korean citizens, the consulate (VPP) displays all the regulations that they have to follow in order to issue their visa
    If you are intending to visit the United States temporarily, before you apply for nonimmigrant visa check the visa waiver program because if you qualify you are not going to need a visa to enter the United States.

    There are many kinds of non immigrant visa so you have to point the one for your case. The non immigrant visa categories are tourism, study, religious workers and others and you have to choose which category that you fall under. All the qualification for every category can be found in the consulate (VPP) then you apply to the main consulate office in Seoul
    Immigrant visa to the United States

    Immigration to the United States is subjected to many rules and requirements. Applying to the immigrant visa is done in the physical consulate office in Seoul, if you are eligible to one of the following categories: immediate relative to American citizen, fiancé (e) of American citizen, special immigrant and diversity lottery

    The diversity lottery electronic draw is done every year on November / December, on preceding October the United States government announces the rules for this lottery and this rule may change every year due to security matters.

    Embassy Holiday List 2008

    No.
    Name
    Politics
    Date and state of birth
    Year inaugurated
    Date of Death
    1
    George WASHINGTON Federalist 1732, Feb 22. VA
    1789
    1799, Dec 1
    2
    John ADAMS Federalist 1735, Oct 30. MA
    1797
    1826, July 4
    3
    Thomas JEFFERSON Democrat-Republican 1743, Apr 13. VA
    1801
    1826, July 4
    4
    James MADISON Democrat-Republican 1751, Mar 16. VA
    1809
    1836, June 28
    5
    James MONROE Democrat-Republican 1758, Apr 28. VA
    1817
    1831, July 4
    6
    John Quincy ADAMS Democrat-Republican 1767, July 11. MA
    1825
    1848, Feb 23
    7
    Andrew JACKSON Democrat 1767, Mar 15. SC
    1829
    1845, June 8
    8
    Martin Van BUREN Democrat 1782, Dec 5. NY
    1837
    1862, July 24
    9
    William Henry HARRISON Whig 1773, Feb 9. VA
    1841
    1841, Apr 4
    10
    John TYLER Whig 1790, Mar 29. VA
    1841
    1862, Jan 18
    11
    James Knox POLK Democrat 1795, Nov 2. NC
    1845
    1849, June 15
    12
    Zachery TAYLOR Whig 1784, Nov 24. VA
    1849
    1850, July 9
    13
    Millard FILLMORE Whig 1800, Jan 7. NY
    1850
    1874, Mar 8
    14
    Franklin PIERCE Democrat 1804, Nov 23. NH
    1853
    1869, Oct 8
    15
    James BUCHANAN Democrat 1791, Apr 23. PA
    1857
    1868, June 1
    16
    Abraham LINCOLN Republican 1809, Feb 12. KY
    1861
    1865, Apr 15
    17
    Andrew JOHNSON 1808, Dec 29. N
    1865
    1875, July 31
    18
    Ulysses Simpson GRANT Republican 1822, Apr 27. OH
    1869
    1885, July 23
    19
    Rutherford Birchard HAYES Republican 1822, Oct 4. OH
    1877
    1893, Jan 17
    20
    James Abram GARFIELD Republican 1831, Nov 19. OH
    1881
    1881, Sept 19
    21
    Chester Alan ARTHUR Republican 1830, Oct 5. VT
    1881
    1886, Nov 18
    22
    Grover CLEVELAND Democrat 1837, Mar 18. NJ
    1885
    1908, June 24
    23
    Benjamin HARRISON Republican 1833, Aug 20. OH
    1889
    1901, Mar 13
    24
    Grover CLEVELAND Democrat 1837, Mar 18. NJ
    1893
    1908, June 24
    25
    William McKINLEY Republican 1843, Jan 29. OH
    1897
    1901, Sept 14
    26
    Theodore ROOSEVELT Republican 1858, Oct 27. NY
    1901
    1919, Jan 6
    27
    William Howard TAFT Republican 1857, Sept 15. OH
    1909
    1930, Mar 8
    28
    Woodrow WILSON Democrat 1856, Dec 28. VA
    1913
    1924, Feb 3
    29
    William Gamaliel HARDING Republican 1865, Nov 2. OH
    1921
    1923, Aug 2
    30
    Calvin COOLIDGE Republican 1872, July 4. VT
    1923
    1933, Jan 5
    31
    Herbert Clark HOOVER Republican 1874, Aug 10. IA
    1929
    1964, Oct 20
    32
    Franklin Delano ROOSEVELT Democrat 1882, Jan 30. NY
    1933
    1945, Apr 12
    33
    Harry S. TRUMAN Democrat 1884, May 8. MO
    1945
    1972, Dec 26
    34
    Dwight David EISENHOWER Republican 1890, Oct 14. TX
    1953
    1969, Mar 28
    35
    John Fitzgerald KENNEDY Democrat 1917, May 29. MA
    1961
    1963, Nov 22
    36
    Lyndon Baines JOHNSON Democrat 1908, Aug 27. TX
    1963
    1973, Jan 22
    37
    Richard Milhous NIXON
    Republican 1913, Jan 9. CA
    1969
    1994, Apr 22
    38
    Gerald Rudolph FORD Republican 1913, July 14. NE
    1974
    2006, Dec 26
    39
    Jimmy (James Earl) CARTER Democrat 1924, Oct 1. GA
    1977
     
    40
    Ronald REAGAN Republican 1911, Feb 6. IL
    1981
    2004, June 5
    41
    George BUSH Republican 1924, June 12. MA
    1989
     
    42
    Bill (William Jefferson) CLINTON Democrat 1946, Aug 19. AR
    1993
     
    43
    George Walker BUSH Republican 1946, July 6. CT
    2001
     

       
     
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