Desperate HELP needed!! Can i teach if i am not from the E2 countries?
You're probably more qualified that 90% of the "teachers" getting jobs ahead of you, however, Korea has strict rules.
I think you're out of luck for legal teaching. Your best shot is to get a UK passport...
Is that not possible?
I have another friend from Singapore (English is her first language) and holds a degree from Australia...but she can't get a job here either.
Sorry for the bad news, maybe someone else has something better.
Joshuabeagle is totally tight, sadly you cannot get the visa and without it cannot get a legal or real job. Teaching without the visa is not a good idea.
However when I checked with immigration office they said you only need the native speaking country's passport along with the UK university papers that showed you graduated from the UK passport. However the officer was not 100% certain, just thought this was the case. I would check with the Korean embassy in London if you can go there and get it in writing. I think there might be a chance, the problem is your UK future passport will state that you were born in the Netherlands. My UK passport says I was born in Canada so no problem for me with authorities here. Yes you best shot is the UK passport.
I believe these are correct..must be a passsport holder who completed secondary and tertiary education in an English speaking country...so by that standard it seems you will have to obtain a British passport...but being born there is not a requirment..
I know someone who was not born in an N-2 country but immigrated to one later and is working in Korea...
How it all got handled, I do not know. Could be luck of the draw, could be nobody at immi checks, could be nobody cares.
The passport is an E-2 country.
I have no other details about it than the person was not born in an E-2 country~