Vietnamese people in South Korea can go to the websites of the embassy to register for a repatriation flight.
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Repatriation flights for Vietnamese workers in South Korea will be resumed from April 22.
According to the Centre of Overseas Labour, Vietnamese people in South Korea including workers with expired contracts can go to the websites of the Vietnamese Embassy in South Korea to register for a repatriation flight on April 21, 2020. However, some people submitted their registration forms too many times and caused some difficulties in the calculation and flight arrangement process.
As a result, the embassy has provided a new link for registration which will be used for flights that operate from April 22.
The embassy also warns that each person should only submit one registration form. If they submit too many registration forms, the embassy will use the forms with the latest date which may put them behind the queue.
If someone wants to change mobile phone numbers or e-mail address, they can use the code provided on the online form.
Users must take all responsibility for their information. Guest workers that are under the Employment Permit System must clearly declare other information.
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