IMPACT – MEDIUM
What is the change? South Korea will observe public holidays on May 7 and 22 and June 6 and 13.
What does the change mean? Government offices will be closed and in-country immigration processing will be suspended on those days.
Background: Government offices will be closed May 7 for the Children’s Day holiday, May 22 for Buddha’s Birthday, June 6 for Memorial Day and June 13 for local elections.
BAL Analysis: Employers should plan for the closures and, if needed, file time-sensitive applications and notifications before May 6. South Korean embassies and consulates around the world may be closed for the holidays as well, though schedules may vary.
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