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Saturday, 18 August 2012 - 19:42
Passport made compulsory for Korean language proficiency test
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The submission of passports has been made mandatory for candidates to obtain applications for the upcoming Korean language proficiency examination on the 10th of next month.

Speaking to our news team Deputy General Manager of the Foreign Employment Bureau's Korean sector A.K.U Rohana noted that formerly candidates were able to procure applications in this regard by submitting their national identity cards.

However the submission of passports has been made compulsory this year  since several discrepancies have arisen with regards to information furnished by applicants.

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