JINCHEON, Oct. 28 (Korea Bizwire) — Afghan ‘special contributors’ and their family members left for Yeosu, South Jeolla Province on Wednesday after staying at the National Human Resources Development Institute in Jincheon for about two months.
About 50 people, including officials from the Jincheon municipal office, institute employees and local residents, gave them a hearty send-off. Some
Afghan evacuees waved from the bus window, saying thank you in reply.
After two weeks of quarantine at the institute, they followed education programs to help them adapt to life in South Korea.
They will stay at the Korea Coast Guard Academy in Yeosu until February.
If they complete the adaptation course, the Ministry of Justice plans to issue F-2 visas, which are mostly free from restrictions on residence, work and study under the newly-enacted enforcement ordinance.
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