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Dear Editor:
I read with interest Mr. Noh's article on the consular officers in Seoul refusing E visas to employees of several large public companies traded on the Seoul exchange. The consular officers' thinking was that the companies no longer have Korean nationality because a majority of their shares are owned by non-Koreans. I work with one of the companies he mentions, and when this issue arose a couple months ago, the Visa Office at that time advised the E visa officer in Seoul not to refuse E visas to Korean employees of the company, at least, not on the nationality ground. The company has not had this problem since then.

Elise A. Healy
Baker & McKenzie LLP



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