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Information on Installation Passes
These step-by-step procedures vary depending on the situation or category of the visitor. Visitor pass categories are as follows:

NOTE: The following provisions apply to all visiting personnel:
• Escorted visitors must be signed onto the installation by an individual (sponsor) who is properly registered in DBIDS and is authorized escort privileges.
• Visitors must be processed onto the installation at an authorized Access Control Point (CPX Gate Visitor's Center or Pedestrian Walk-Thru Gate) and be escorted at all times while on the installation. Extended visitor's passes (72/96 hr) are issued/processed only at the CPX Gate Visitor's Center.
• Regardless of the duration an escorted visitor's pass is valid for (24hr-72hr- 96hr); the escort (sponsor) must either re-register or de-register their visitor from DBIDS at the ACP where they initially processed the visitor pass prior to its expiration.
• Non-Korean Nationals must present a valid passport and their ROK immigration (Visa) status (e.g. date of entry into the ROK, valid immigration visa or ROK Registration Card, and expiration date).
• The Garrison Commander may take action in cases where visitors are left uncontrolled/escorted by their sponsor. At a minimum, the sponsor who signed the visitor onto the installation will lose his/her escort privileges for not less than 30 days.

Visitors, Installation Access for Individuals not registered in DBIDS

Requirements for newcomers to gain initial access to the installation

The following provisions apply to all newly arrived personnel who possess a valid DOD Identification Card:
• All personnel who possess a valid DOD ID card (e.g. Active Duty, DOD Civilian, Dependant ID, Retiree ID, reservist ID, (* not contractors) present an additional form of photo ID (Passport is recommended) along with assignment orders or TDY orders to be granted access to the installation.
• In cases where an individual's passport is not available, then any other form of photo ID along with the DOD ID card and assignment orders, or TDY orders.
• In each event, when newly arrived personnel who possess valid DOD Identification are advised to report (at earliest) to the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office located in Bldg 544; or the CPX Gate Visitor's Center located in Bldg 724 to register in DBIDS. Hours of operation at both facilities are Mon-Fri, 0800-1700; closed on weekends, U.S and Korean holidays and USFK training holidays.
NOTE:
• In cases where an individual requires access to the installation for the purpose of obtaining DOD identification at the Pass/ID/DEERS office, Bldg 544; then the individual (not contractors*) must present a valid passport along with their assignment orders, TDY orders, or letter of employment to be granted unescorted access.
• Contractors arriving with or without DOD identification must coordinate with their organizational sponsor to facilitate their access onto the installation for the purpose of obtaining a CAC card or registering in DBIDS. Contractors must have a valid 700-19 to be registered DBIDS.

Visitors, Installation Access for Designated Country Personnel (DCP)

Designated Countries are those of counterintelligence concern to USFK in that they may have policies or engage in activities contrary to the interests of the United States. In order to address potential security problems resulting from uncontrolled/unmonitored access to our installation by citizens of designated countries, the access control policy for DCP's is enforced as follows:

Step 1. USFK personnel desiring to sponsor (Escort onto the installation) persons from designated countries must submit a Designated Country Personnel Access Request memorandum through their Chain of Command to the organization's O-5 or equivalent commander.

Step 2. Submit the approved unit-level DCP access request to the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office located in Bldg 544; or to the CPX Gate Visitor's Center (Pass & ID Section) located in Bldg 724 for further processing. Hours of operation at both facilities are Mon-Fri, 0800-1700; closed on weekends, U.S and Korean holidays and USFK training holidays. The following procedures apply to DCP access requests:
• Submit DCP access request memorandum at least 25~30 days prior to the scheduled visit.
• Attach a legible copy of the DCP's passport photo page and ROK immigration visa (e.g. date of entry into the ROK, immigration visa status, and visa expiration date).
• If applicable, translated copy of marriage certificate.
• If applicable, copy of approved USFK Form 164 (Report and Certificate of Marriage).

Step 3. The Pass/ID Section submits the DCP access request memorandum thru the Installation Commander to USFK Provost Marshal (FKPM-S) and USFK J2 for the USFK Deputy Chief of Staff's approval.

Step 4. The sponsor is notified telephonically of when the DCP access memorandum is approved/disapproved.
• Sponsors may pick up the approved access memorandum from the CPX Gate Visitor's Center, Bldg 724, and be authorized to escort their DPC visitor onto the installation.
• In instances where the DPC and the sponsor are already married, the sponsor may escort the DCP family member to the ID card issuing facility to obtain a DOD Dependant ID Card provided they present the following documentation: DCP's Passport with valid ROK immigration visa
• ranslated marriage certificate.
• Copy of approved USFK Form 164 (Report and Certificate of Marriage).
• Marriage Certificate

NOTE: DCP family members are not granted visitor escort privileges in DBIDS until their sponsor obtains certification from his/her organization security manager that all pertinent DCP personal data has processed through USFK J2.

Visitors, One Day Escorted Pass

Active Duty Military, DOD civilian employees or DOD contractors (SOFA Status personnel) assigned to USFK installations and properly registered in DBIDS may escort visitors onto the installation. Sponsors residing on the installation may request an Extended Visitor's Pass (Please reference Extended Escorted Visitor Pass for Visiting Family Members/Friends).

Step 1. Sign the visitor onto the installation.
• IAW USFK Regulation 190-7, visitors being escorted onto the installation must be signed on by an individual (Sponsor) who is properly registered in DBIDS and authorized escort privileges.
• Escorted personnel must present and or surrender one of the following documents to visitor center security personnel for verification of identity and in exchange for an escorted visitor pass:
• Korean Nationals: An official ROK Government ID Card bearing a photo (e.g. KID Card, Korean National Police Agency ID Card, ROK Military ID, ROK Ministry of National Defense ID, or Korean passport). NOTE: Visiting Korean Nationals may also use their driver licenses as a valid form of identity and nationality provided the 7th number is a 1, 2, 3, or 4. Any Korean driver licenses that has a number other than 1, 2, 3, or 4 in the 7th position cannot be accepted as verification of identity or nationality for visiting personnel as these driver's licenses are issued to non-Korean personnel.
• Non-Korean Nationals: Must present a valid passport for the purpose of verifying the visitor's nationally and immigration status (e.g. Date of entry into the ROK, valid immigration visa or ROK registration card, and expiration date).
After security personnel record passport information, the passport is returned to the visitor who must then surrender another (different) valid form of photo ID in exchange for the visitor's pass. If the visitor possesses no other form of valid photo ID, the sponsor may surrender his/her valid photo ID in exchange for the visitor's pass.

NOTE: The sponsor may not surrender their personal DOD Military/U.S. Government issued ID card for this purpose.

Step 2. Escort visitor onto the installation.
Visitor must be escorted at all times while on the installation.

Step 3. Sign the visitor off the installation (De-register visitor from DBIDS).
• Regardless of the duration the escorted visitor's pass is valid for (24hr-72hr-96hr); the escort (sponsor) must either re-register or de-register their visitor from DBIDS at the ACP where they initially processed prior to the visitor pass expiration time.

Visitors, Family members arriving from out of country (Short Term Visitor's Pass)

Visiting family members and friends of Active Duty Military, DOD civilian employees or DOD contractors (SOFA Status personnel) assigned to USFK installations may receive an installation pass valid for up to 60 consecutive days or up to the date their ROK immigration visa expires (not to exceed 60 days).

Qualifying visitors are not those family members or friends who physically reside in Korea. For this purpose, use the One Day Escorted Visitors Pass. Sponsors residing on the installation may use an Extended

Step 1. Complete USFK Form 82-E, Application for Installation/Base Pass for visiting family members or friends.
• On page one of USFK Form 82-E; fill-in information blocks #1~14. The sponsor listed in block 13.a. must sign block #15. In block #14, list the relationship between you and your visitor; state the purpose or justification for your visitor's installation access; list your visitor's arrival and their departure date (e.g. My Brother is visiting me from the USA for a tour of Korea. Arrival date: 22 Jun 10; Departure date: 22 July 10).
• On page two of USFK Form 82-E; fill-in Section II; the Sponsor signs as the requesting authority in Section III. If in doubt as to what information applies or is required for your visitor, please leave that information field blank. Our DBIDS personnel will review your application prior to accepting it for processing.
• Attach a copy of your visitor's passport photo page to the application.
• NOTE: Unless specified, all short term visitor pass applications are processed for USAG-Humphreys access "ONLY".
• Submit applications for short term visitor's passes (USAG Humphreys ONLY) at least seven days prior to your visitor's arrival date to USAG Humphreys.
• Submit applications for short term visitor's passes (USAG Humphreys and Yongsan) at least ten days prior to your visitor's arrival date (NOTE: Only two installation access areas may be requested for any visitor).
• Sponsors requesting USFK Wide access for their visitors must provide a detailed itinerary outlining the dates, times and installations to be visited in Block #14 (Justification for pass or visit). Submit 82-E applications for USFK Wide access at least 25-30 days prior to visitor's arrival date.

Step 2. Submit USFK Form 82-E, Application for Installation/Base Pass.
• Submit completed USFK Form 82-E applications to the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office located in Bldg 544; or the CPX Gate Visitor's Center located in Bldg 724. Hours of operation at both facilities are Mon-Fri, 0800-1700; closed on weekends, U.S and Korean holidays and USFK training holidays.
• DBIDS personnel review all 82-E's prior to accepting them for processing.
• The DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office or CPX Gate Visitor's Center (Pass & ID) offices will submit 82-E Applications for Installation/Base Passes to the Garrison Commander for approval.
Step 3. Sponsor notification.
• The sponsor listed in block 13.a. is notified telephonically of when the 82-E pass application is approved/disapproved.
• Allow 5~7 days for USAG Humphreys ONLY applications to process. Allow 7~10 days for USAG Humphreys & Yongsan applications to process (two access areas requested).
• Allow 25~30 days for USFK Wide applications to process (all USFK installations).
Step 4. Issue 37EK Installation Pass.
Note: If the visiting family member/friend arrives USAG Humphreys outside normal DBIDS/Pass &ID business hours (weekends, extended holidays, training holidays), The CPX Gate Visitor's Center, Bldg 724 can issue the visiting family members/friends a 72 or 96 hour escorted visitor's pass providing their sponsor resides on USAG Humphreys and the visitors arrive to the installation on weekends or extended holiday weekends when our DBIDS offices are closed. Please reference Extended Escorted Visitors Pass for visiting family/friends for additional information.
• If required, the sponsor or their designated representative signs their visitor onto the installation. Visitors must be processed onto the installation at an authorized Access Control Point (CPX Gate Visitor's Center or Pedestrian Walk-Thru Gate) and be escorted at all times while on the installation.
• Visit the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office located in Bldg 544; or the CPX Gate Visitor's Center located in Bldg 724 to be issued the 37EK Installation Pass. Hours of operation at both facilities are Mon-Fri, 0800-1700; closed on weekends, U.S and Korean holidays and USFK training holidays.
• The visitor must present their passport with ROK immigration stamp in order to be issued 37EK (The passport is returned to the visitor).
• 37EK is issued with an expiration date that coincides with information on the approved 82E.

Step 5. Sponsor returns 37EK Installation Pass to the issuing facility after family members have departed.

Visitors, Extended Escorted Pass (72/96 hours)

Information for visiting family members/friends arriving USAG Humphreys outside normal business hours (weekends, extended holidays, training holidays).

The CPX Gate Visitor's Center, Bldg 724 issues visiting family members/friends a 72 or 96 hour escorted visitor's pass providing their sponsor resides on USAG Humphreys and the visitors arrive to the installation on weekends or extended holiday weekends when our DBIDS offices are closed.

The purpose of the 72 and 96 hour extended escorted visitor pass is to reduce the inconveniences of having to renew visitor passes every 24 hours during weekends and extended holiday weekends until which time a Short Term Visitor's Pass (37EK) can be issued to the visiting family member (Sponsor must have an approved USFK Form 82-E, Application for Installation/Base Pass for family members to be issued a 37EK).

The 37EK Installation/Base Pass is issued at the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office located in Building 544; or the CPX Gate Visitor's Center located in Bldg 724. Hours of operation at both facilities are Mon-Fri, 0800-1700; closed on weekends, U.S and Korean holidays and USFK training holidays.
IAW USFK Regulation 190-7, persons granted an extended escorted visitor privilege (72 or 96 hour) must be signed onto the installation by an individual (Sponsor) who is properly registered in DBIDS and authorized escort privileges.
• Escorted personnel must present and or surrender one of the following documents to visitor center security personnel for verification of identity and in exchange for an extended escorted visitor pass:
• Korean Nationals: An official ROK Government ID Card bearing a photo (e.g. KID Card, Korean National Police Agency ID Card, ROK Military ID, ROK Ministry of National Defense ID, or Korean passport). NOTE: Visiting Korean Nationals may also use their driver licenses as a valid form of identity and nationality provided the 7th number is a 1, 2, 3, or 4. Any Korean driver licenses that has a number other than 1, 2, 3, or 4 in the 7th position cannot be accepted as verification of identity or nationality for visiting personnel as these driver's licenses are issued to non-Korean personnel.
• Non-Korean Nationals: Must present a valid passport for the purpose of verifying the visitor's nationally. After security personnel record certain passport information, the passport is returned to the visitor who must then surrender another (different) valid form of photo ID in exchange for the visitor's pass. If the visitor possesses no other form of valid photo ID, the sponsor may surrender his/her valid photo ID in exchange for the visitor's pass. However, the sponsor may not surrender their personal DOD Military/U.S. Government issued ID card for this purpose.

The 72 or 96 hour escorted visitor pass is not issued to unaccompanied personnel, family members visiting Korea without a sponsor, personnel whose sponsor resides off-post, or personnel without an approved USFK Form 82-E. The extended visitor pass is for issue in situations where the sponsor resides on USAG Humphreys and his/her visitors arrive to the installation on a weekend or extended holiday weekend when our DBIDS offices are closed.

Sponsors residing off-post may sign their visiting family members or friends onto the installation when desired using a One Day Escorted Visitors Pass. Or they may apply for a Short Term Visitor's Pass (37EK) which grants unescorted access to the installation. To request a Short Term Visitor's Pass (37EK) for visiting family members or friends, sponsors complete and submit for approval, USFK Form 82-E (Application for Installation/Base Pass).

Security and Off-Limits Areas

To help maintain USFK personnel welfare and safety, the following areas and establishments within the ROK are off-limits. Service members found in an off-limits area or participating in a prohibited activity will be in violation of USFK Regulation.

FOR EMERGENCIES DIAL 911 (DSN only) or 031-690-7911.
USFK Reg 190-2 App. A (7 May 04)

The following areas and establishments within the ROK are off-limits:
• A-1. All acupuncture clinic, civilian medical and dental clinics, pharmacies, drug stores, and civilian hospitals except for the purpose of receiving treatment or prescriptions when referred by U.S. medical treatment facilities, receiving emergency treatment, or visits to patients.
• A-2. All civilian tattoo parlors, body piercing shops and barber shops.
• A-5. Streams, lakes, reservoirs, rivers, ocean beach areas or other natural bodies of water for activities such as wading, swimming, bathing, diving, boating, skin/scuba diving or ice skating are off limits unless specifically approved for use by the area or installation commander. These areas may be used for fishing, sunbathing, or other activities in which contact with the water is minimal. As an exception to these restrictions, personnel participating in-group tours sponsored by various organizations within the ROK may participate fully in tour activities.
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Camp Humphreys and Area III Off-limits
• Century 21 Realtor (Lease Fraud)
• Komjinae Convenience Store (Black Marketing)
• Regency Hotel (Refused to return LQA money)
• GQ Custom Tailor Shop (Black Marketing)
• Thousand Won Alley (Pyeongtaek) and Hanseong (Wonju) Red Light Districts (P/HT)
Vehicle Registration Information:

Shipping-Out a vehicle from the Republic of Korea (ROK)

These step-by-step vehicle deregistration and shipping-out instructions may vary depending on the customers personal convenience/preferences during their PCS.

Deregistering a vehicle for shipping it out of the ROK:

Step 1. Coordinate/schedule to have the vehicle shipped out of country
• Coordinate/schedule to have the vehicle shipped out of country at the Transportation Office (One-Stop, 2nd floor, Bldg 544, 753-8557), or contact the Vehicle Processing Center (VPC) located on Camp Kim to schedule an appointment (723-8912/8916).
• NOTE: The Pyongtaek City Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) requires confirmation that the vehicle is scheduled for and approved for export before they accept applications to deregister a SOFA POV.
• Although not a required step, personnel who anticipate they may have outstanding ROK traffic fines (tickets) can make an inquiry about their traffic ticket status at the USAG Humphreys DBIDS and Vehicle Registration Office and coordinate to have them cleared/paid (Bldg 544, Monday thru Friday, 0800~1700, closed on U.S, Korean, and USFK Training Holidays).
• NOTE: SOFA POV owners having delinquent traffic citations (Tickets) will have the subject delinquency noted in the remarks section of their DBIDS record. The DMV will not process requests for deregistration until traffic fines are settled.

Step 2. Gather the documents required for deregistration and obtain ROK Temporary License plates and Registration Form
• Proof of insurance (insured's name must match registered owner (unless Power of Attorney is used). Insurance company must be from the ROK (e.g. AIG, LIG) or USAA. Ensure Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) on the insurance documents is true and annotated correctly.
• Valid USFK 134EK Drivers License (orange DL card) or ROK Drivers License for Invited Contractors. NOTE: Drivers License must be valid for the period the vehicle is to be operated under temporary registration (10 days from the day of issue).
• POV export confirmation document issued from transportation or the VPC. Normally, this is an email from Camp Kim VPC confirming the vehicle is scheduled for shipping- out.
• Initial import/customs shipping documents (DMV maintained the original at the time of registration, customer was provided a copy).
• Valid DOD Identification (CAC, Military ID).
• Military Orders (Active Duty); Letter of Employment (DOD Civilians); Letter of accreditation and current 700-19 (Contractors).
• USFK Form 207 (USFK DBIDS Vehicle Registration).
• The ROK (Pyongtaek) Vehicle Registration Form.
• USFK Form 32EK-E (Application for Cancellation of USFK POV Registration). 32EK-E may be obtained from the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office located in Building 544; or the Pyeongtaek Vehicle Registration Office (DMV). Bldg 544 hours of operation are Mon-Fri 0800-1700. Pyeongtaek DMV hours of operation are 0900-1800, Mon-Fri.
• Permit For Temporary Plates; this is a ROK Form that may be obtained from the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544, or Pyeongtaek DMV.
• NOTE: Both deregistration, and applying for temporary plates must be completed at the same time (Cost; 2,900 WON, DMV accepts only WON)
Step 3. Take all documents to the Pyeongtaek DMV to receive ROK Temporary License Plates and Registration Form
• The DMV will process USFK Form 32EK-E (Application for Cancellation of USFK POV Registration) for deregistration of the vehicle. Maintain a copy of the completed 32EK-E as confirmation of deregistration. The cancelled USFK registration form is required to out-process the DBIDS Office.
• Submit Permit for Temporary Plates (ROK document) to obtain Temporary License Plates.
• Same as permanent steel license plates, ROK Temporary License Plates (Wooden type) must be permanently mounted to the vehicle front and back.
Step 4. Take the vehicle to Cp Kim, located adjacent to USAG Yongsan for processing/turn-in.
• Ensure the ROK Temporary License Plates are removed before turning over the vehicle to VPC operators for shipping.
• Obtain a receipt that the vehicle is processed for shipping out of country.
• ROK fines range from 50,000₩ to 1,000,000₩ if the vehicle is not turned in at Camp Kim for shipping before temp plates expire (10 days).
Step 5. Return the ROK Temporary License Plates and clear the DBIDS Office at USAG Humphreys.
• After vehicle is turned over to the VPC for shipping, return the Temporary License Plates to the DMV in Pyongtaek or to Bldg 544 One-Stop.
• If returning to USAG Humphreys after vehicle turn-in is not possible because of PCS flight schedules; please coordinate with the Pyongtaek DMV or DBIDS/Vehicle Registration personnel prior to departing USAG Humphreys in order to determine an alternate course of action for returning the ROK Temporary License Plates and Temporary Registration Form.
• Turning in the ROK Temporary License Plates can be conducted at the time of out processing the DBIDS/Pass & ID Office. The DBIDS Office will cancel USFK Form 207 (USFK Registration) at the time of out-processing.
• NOTE: The USAG Humphreys DBIDS/Vehicle Registration Office maintains CANCELLED USFK Registration documents for two (2) years after PCS.

E-6 and below POV Request

Non-Command sponsored Service members in the grade of E-6 and below may be granted an exception to policy (ETP) to own and register a Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) by the first O-6 in their chain of command and the responsible O-6 Area Commander. IAW their unit/organizational staffing procedures, the requestor submits an E-6 and below POV request (Requestor's Memo) thru their chain of command up to the first 0-6 or Staff Directorate for approval. For additional information about registering a POV (E-6 and below), or how to obtain a USFK POV drivers license (USFK Form 134 EK), please reference USFK Second Interim Policy regarding POV driving privileges.

After an ETP is approved by the first O-6 in the requestor's chain of command, submit the ETP memorandums and legible copies of the following documents to the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544, or the CPX Visitors Center, Bldg 724 Pass & ID office for final processing and forwarding to the Garrison Commander for approval:
• ID card (front photo side)
• USFK Form 134EK Drivers License (English side)
• Proof of employment/assignment at USAG Humphreys
(NOTE: Personnel in a joint domicile status must be authorized a POV on their orders.
Service members in grades E-6 and below require written approval by the first O-5 Commander in their chain of command to obtain a driver's license in Korea. All documents with the exception of the unit-level and Garrison Commander's final approval letters are returned to the customer when the POV registration is complete).

The Pass & ID/Vehicle Registration Office submits all requests for ETP (E-6 and below POV request) to the USAG Humphreys Commander for approval. Customers are notified telephonically when their request for ETP is approved or disapproved. Copies of approved ETPs may be obtained from the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544. Approved ETPs remain valid and on file until the individual's PCS, or rescinded by their chain of command.

To register a 2nd POV while assigned to USAG Humphreys

IAW their unit/organizational staffing procedures, the requestor submits a request for 2nd POV (Requestor's Memo) thru their chain of command up to the first 0-6 or Staff Directorate for approval. An example request form is available in the download section. For additional information about obtaining a 2nd POV, please reference USAG Humphreys Policy Letter #43 (2nd POV Approval Criteria).

After an ETP is approved by the first O-6 in the requestor's chain of command, submit the ETP memorandums and legible copies of the following documents to the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544, or the CPX Visitors Center, Bldg 724 Pass & ID office for final processing and forwarding to the Garrison Commander for approval:
• ID card (front photo side)
• USFK Form 134EK Drivers License (English side)
• Spouse's ID card (if applicable)
• Spouse's USFK Form 134EK Drivers License (if applicable)
• Proof of employment/assignment at USAG Humphreys.

(NOTE: All documents with exception of the unit-level and Garrison Commander's final approval letters are returned to the customer when the 2nd POV registration is complete)

The Pass & ID/Vehicle Registration Office submits all requests for ETP to the USAG Humphreys Commander for approval. Customers are notified telephonically when their request for ETP is approved or disapproved. Copies of approved ETPs may be obtained from the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544. Approved ETPs remain valid and on file at Bldg 544 until the individual's PCS, or rescinded by their chain of command.

Vehicle Registration, Motorcycles and Mopeds

Pre-transaction criteria:
• Registration must be completed with the Area Vehicle Registration office within 10 days after purchasing, receiving from port, or delivered in house hold goods shipment, or otherwise legally acquired.
• All motorcycles/mopeds regardless of size of Cubic Centimeters (CC's) must be registered at the Area VRO. All motorcycles/mopeds are issued a ROK license plate and issued a USFK vehicle access decal. Mopeds are two-wheeled motorized vehicles with an engine size of 49cc or less. Mopeds and motorcycles are required to display license plates. All rules regarding the operation of motorcycles also apply to mopeds.
• A motorcycle endorsement on a valid driver's license is required for registration. In order to obtain a motorcycle endorsement on an issued USFK Form 134EK, all personnel must have a valid motorcycle operator's license or motorcycle endorsement issued by the civil authorities of a country or by a U.S. State or territory of the United States. Additionally, military personnel must also show proof of completion of a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) course or Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (DUSD)(I&E) endorsed, State-approved, curriculum for motorcycle operator's safety training.
• Operators of mopeds are not required to obtain a valid U.S. state or territory motorcycle operator's license or motorcycle endorsement. Military personnel operating a moped are not required to complete a MSF or DUSD (I&E) endorsed motorcycle training course.
• Any motorcycle/moped registration beyond the 2nd POV must be processed as an exception to policy.
Step 1. Gather the documents required for registering a motorcycle or moped:
• Proof of insurance (insured's name must match registered owner (unless Power of Attorney is used). Insurance company must be from the ROK (e.g. AIG, LIG) or USAA. Ensure Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) on the insurance documents is true and annotated correctly.
• Valid USFK 134EK Drivers License (orange DL card) with motorcycle endorsement. A valid stateside DL may be used if within thirty days of arrival to Korea, or valid ROK DL. NOTE: In order to obtain a motorcycle endorsement on an issued USFK Form134EK all personnel must have a valid motorcycle operator's license or motorcycle endorsement issued by the civil authorities of a country or by a U.S. State or territory of the United States. Additionally, military personnel must also show proof of completion of a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) course or DUSD (I&E) endorsed, State-approved, curriculum for motorcycle operator's safety training.
• Vehicle Title, previous registration, or bill of sale as proof of ownership.
• Import/customs shipping documents (Vehicle shipping forms).
• Valid DOD Identification (CAC, Military ID).
• Military Orders (Active Duty); Letter of Employment (DOD Civilians); Letter of accreditation and current 700-19 (Contractors).
• USFK Form 31EK-E (Application for Registration of USFK Privately Owned Vehicle). 31EK-E may be obtained from the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office located in Building 544; or the Pyeongtaek Vehicle Registration Office (DMV). Bldg 544 hours of operation are Mon-Fri 0830-1700. Pyeongtaek DMV hours of operation are 0900-1800, Mon-Fri.
Step 2. ROK vehicle registration (Kyongi-Do Province, Pyeongtaek City):
• Take all documents to the Pyeongtaek DMV to receive permanent (steel) license plate (12,800 WON) (Road Map to DMV).
• The Korean Registration Form and steel license plate is issued at the Pyeongtaek DMV. However, on Tuesdays, a DMV representative is available at DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544 to accept applications for registration/de-registration. Please contact the Vehicle Registration office at 753-6609 for additional information about this service, as there is a processing delay of 24 hours in completing the transaction.
• Obtain a USFK vehicle safety inspection if the vehicle is two or more years old of manufacture date. Vehicle safety inspections are conducted at the USAG Humphreys Auto Craft Shop, Bldg 2080.
• NOTE: Personnel have ten (10) days to have the motorcycle registered after purchasing, receiving from port, or delivered in house hold goods shipment, or otherwise legally acquired. Vehicles that are not registered within 10 days may acquire fines ranging from 50,000 WON to 100,000 WON.
Step 3. (Final Step) USFK Safety Sticker application (Registering vehicle for access to USFK installations):
• After receiving permanent license plates and Korean Vehicle Registration, personnel then access the installation thru the USG Humphreys CPX Gate. There, personnel can obtain a one-day temporary installation pass (192EK) to report to the USAG-H Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544 for final vehicle registration in DBIDS, USFK Safety Decal application, and issuance of USFK Form 207 (Military Registration and Certificate of Title).
• Vehicle registration in DBIDS coincides with sponsor's DEROS.
• Vehicle must be present at Bldg 544 during final registration. A DBIDS operator will issue USFK Safety Decal sticker.
• NOTE: To register a 2nd POV or authorization for E-6 and below to register a vehicle, please reference Exception to Policy for Vehicle Registration. Only personnel assigned to USAG Humphreys may register at Bldg 544. Personnel assigned to Osan or Suwon must register their vehicle at Osan AFB.
• NOTE: SOFA member vehicle registration will occur at the Area VRO where the SOFA member is assigned. SOFA member vehicle registration may also occur at the Area VRO where the family members are assigned or are funded to reside, if family housing is not available in the Area where SOFA member is assigned.
• Vehicle registration in ROK is the Sponsor's responsibility.
• Active Duty and GS civilian sponsors must present a valid USFK 134EK before the USFK vehicle registration decal is issued (DBIDS registration). Contractors present ROK driver's license or international operators permit.

Vehicle Registration, New Vehicle Purchase (AAFES)

Pre-transaction criteria:
• AAFES representatives are well organized and will complete/provide a majority of the required registration documents.
• Personnel are required to obtain the permanent (steel) license plates and complete ROK registration prior to driving their new vehicle off the AAFES car lot.
• If the buyer picks up their new vehicle in Seoul (Cp Kim), then obtaining temporary license plates is required. In this event, reference "Receiving and registering a vehicle that you shipped into country" above for information on obtaining temporary license plates.
• Buyer must be authorized to own, operate and register a POV in the ROK.
Step 1. Gather the documents required for registering the vehicle in the ROK (ROK vehicle registration (Kyongi-Do Province, Pyeongtaek City):
• Proof of insurance (insured's name must match registered owner (unless Power of Attorney is used). Insurance company must be from the ROK (e.g. AIG, LIG) or USAA. Ensure Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) on the insurance documents is true and annotated correctly.
• Valid USFK 134EK Drivers License (orange DL card). A valid stateside DL may be used if within thirty days of arrival to Korea, or valid ROK DL. NOTE: USFK Invited Contractor and USFK third-country national employees and their family members are authorized, but not required, to obtain a USFK 134EK as long as they are first in possession of a ROK driver's license or valid international driver's permit prior to obtaining the USFK 134EK.
• USFK Form 20-E (Bill of Sale); register vehicle within 10 days of purchase.
• Import/customs shipping documents (Vehicle import documents from AAFES)
• Valid DOD Identification (CAC, Military ID).
• Military Orders (Active Duty); Letter of Employment (DOD Civilians); Letter of accreditation and current 700-19 (Contractors).
• USFK Form 31EK-E (Application for Registration of USFK Privately Owned Vehicle). 31EK-E may be obtained from the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office located in Building 544; or the Pyeongtaek Vehicle Registration Office (DMV). Bldg 544 hours of operation are Mon-Fri 0830-1700. Pyeongtaek DMV hours of operation are 0900-1800, Mon-Fri.
• If applicable, Permit For Temporary Plates; this is a ROK Form that may also be obtained from the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544, or Pyeongtaek DMV.
Step 2. ROK vehicle registration (Kyongi-Do Province, Pyeongtaek City):
• Take all documents to the Pyeongtaek DMV to receive permanent (steel) license plates (12,800 WON) (Road Map to DMV).
• The Korean Registration Form and steel license plates are issued at the Pyeongtaek DMV. However, on Tuesdays, a DMV representative is available at DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544 to conduct registration services. Please contact the Vehicle Registration office at 753-6609 for additional information about this service as there is a one day (24 hours) delay in completing the registration process when utilizing the Tuesday DMV service at Bldg 544.
Step 3. (Final Step); USFK Safety Sticker application (Registering vehicle for access to USFK installations:
• After receiving permanent license plates and Korean Vehicle Registration, personnel then access the installation thru the USG Humphreys CPX Gate. There, personnel can obtain a one-day temporary installation pass (192EK) to report to the USAG-H Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544 for final vehicle registration in DBIDS, USFK Safety Decal application, and issuance of USFK Form 207 (Military Registration and Certificate of Title).
• Vehicle registration in DBIDS coincides with sponsor's DEROS.
• Vehicle must be present at Bldg. 544 during final registration. A DBIDS operator affixes the USFK Safety Decal sticker to the driver's side; inside of the windshield. NOTE: License plates will be firmly mounted to the front and rear of the vehicle and will not be bent, trimmed, or altered in any manner except as necessary to adequately attach them to the vehicle. License plates will be affixed to the vehicle in the area provided by the manufacturer. No other decal fashioned in the form of a license plate may be displayed on the vehicle. POV's and NTV (Non-Tactical Vehicle)'s are required to have both front and rear license plates. ROK law requires two license plates be permanently displayed, one on the front and one on the rear, on vehicles at all times. No waivers or exceptions to policy may be granted.
NOTE: ROK law requires two license plates be permanently displayed, one on the front and one on the rear, on vehicles at all times. Therefore, license plates must be firmly mounted before a USFK vehicle decal is affixed.
• NOTE: To register a 2nd POV or authorization for E-6 and below to register a vehicle, please reference Exception to Policy for Vehicle Registration. Only personnel assigned to USAG Humphreys may register at Bldg 544. Personnel assigned to Osan or Suwon must register their vehicle at Osan AFB. NOTE: SOFA member vehicle registration will occur at the Area VRO where the SOFA member is assigned. SOFA member vehicle registration may also occur at the Area VRO where the family members are assigned or are funded to reside, if family housing is not available in the Area where SOFA member is assigned.
• Vehicle registration in ROK is the Sponsor's responsibility.
• Active Duty and GS Civilian Employees must present a valid USFK 134EK before the USFK vehicle registration decal is issued (DBIDS registration). Contractors present a valid ROK Driver's license or International operators permit.

Vehicle Registration (Exchange ownership with a Korean National)

Pre-transaction criteria:
• Seldom is there an owner exchange in that a Korean National buys a SOFA registered vehicle. Recommendation; in this event, have Korean National (buyer) contact the Pyeongtaek DMV to confirm that transaction is legal and or feasible.
• On most occasions, the buyer is a SOFA member and the seller a Korean National. Both must be present at the DMV to conduct transaction.
• Buyer (SOFA member) must be authorized to own, operate and register a POV in the ROK.
• All fines, fees, and traffic tickets must be cleared (paid) prior to transaction (Seller's responsibility).

Step 1. Gather the documents required for buying a non-SOFA registered vehicle from a Korean National.

BUYER (SOFA member):
• USFK Safety Inspection (within 30 days). Obtain a USFK vehicle safety inspection if the vehicle is two or more years old of manufacture date. Vehicle safety inspections are conducted at the USAG Humphreys Auto Craft Shop, Bldg 2080.
• USFK Form 20-E (Bill of Sale). Good for 10 days of transaction.
• Proof of insurance (insured's name must match registered owner (unless Power of Attorney is used). Insurance company must be from the ROK (e.g. AIG, LIG) or USAA. Ensure Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) on the insurance documents is true and annotated correctly.
• Valid USFK 134EK Drivers License (orange DL card). A valid stateside DL may be used if within thirty days of arrival to Korea, or valid ROK DL. NOTE: USFK Invited Contractor and USFK third-country national employees and their family members are authorized, but not required, to obtain a USFK 134EK as long as they are first in possession of a ROK driver's license or valid international driver's permit prior to obtaining the USFK 134EK.
• Valid DOD Identification (CAC, Military ID).
• Military Orders (Active Duty); Letter of Employment (DOD Civilians); Letter of accreditation and current 700-19 (Contractors).
• USFK Form 31EK-E (Application for Registration of USFK Privately Owned Vehicle). 31EK-E may be obtained from the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office located in Building 544; or the Pyeongtaek Vehicle Registration Office (DMV). Bldg 544 hours of operation are Mon-Fri 0830-1700. Pyeongtaek DMV hours of operation are 0900-1800, Mon-Fri.
Step 2. SOFA member purchases Korean National non-SOFA vehicle:
• Take all documents to the Pyeongtaek DMV to conduct transaction (Road Map to DMV).
• NOTE: Seller may conduct his/her initial paperwork at the DMV without SOFA member being present. In this event, SOFA member only needs to report to the DMV within 10 days of transaction to complete ROK registration; or on Tuesdays, a DMV representative is available at DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544 to conduct registration services. Please contact the Vehicle Registration office at 753-6609 for additional information about this service as there is a one day (24 hours) delay in the registration process when utilizing the Tuesday DMV service at Bldg. 544.
Step 3. (Final Step); USFK Safety Sticker application (Registering vehicle for access to USFK installations:
• After completing the sale transaction and the buyer receives new Korean Vehicle Registration; only the buyer is required to report to the USAG-H vehicle registration office for final vehicle registration in DBIDS, USFK Safety Decal application, and issuance of USFK Form 207 (Military Registration and Certificate of Title).
• Vehicle registration in DBIDS coincides with sponsor's DEROS.
• Vehicle must be present at Bldg 544 during final registration. A DBIDS operator affixes the USFK Safety Decal sticker to the driver's side; inside of the windshield. NOTE: License plates will be firmly mounted to the front and rear of the vehicle and will not be bent, trimmed, or altered in any manner except as necessary to adequately attach them to the vehicle. License plates will be affixed to the vehicle in the area provided by the manufacturer. No other decal fashioned in the form of a license plate may be displayed on the vehicle. POV's and NTV (Non-Tactical Vehicle)'s are required to have both front and rear license plates. ROK law requires two license plates be permanently displayed, one on the front and one on the rear, on vehicles at all times. No waivers or exceptions to policy may be granted.
NOTE: ROK law requires two license plates be permanently displayed, one on the front and one on the rear, on vehicles at all times. Therefore, license plates must be firmly mounted before a USFK vehicle decal is affixed.
• NOTE: To register a 2nd POV or authorization for E-6 and below to register a vehicle, please eference Exception to Policy for Vehicle Registration. Only personnel assigned to USAG Humphreys may register at Bldg 544. Personnel assigned to Osan or Suwon must register their vehicle at Osan AFB. NOTE: SOFA member vehicle registration will occur at the Area VRO where the SOFA member is assigned. SOFA member vehicle registration may also occur at the Area VRO where the family members are assigned or are funded to reside, if family housing is not available in the Area where SOFA member is assigned.
• Vehicle registration in ROKActive Duty and GS Civilian Employees must present a valid USFK 134EK before the USFK vehicle registration decal is issued (DBIDS registration).
• Active Duty and GS Civilian Employees must present a valid USFK 134EK before the USFK vehicle registration decal is issued (DBIDS registration). Contractors present a valid ROK Driver's license or International operators permit.

Vehicle Registration, Purchasing/selling existing SOFA vehicles within the ROK (owner transfer)

Pre-transaction (buy/sell) criteria:
• Both the buyer and the seller must be present at the DMV to conduct registration transfer of subject vehicle.
• Buyer must be authorized to own, operate and register a POV in the ROK. Please reference Exception to Policy for Vehicle Registration if required.
• All fines, fees, and traffic tickets must be cleared (paid) prior to transaction (Seller Responsibility).
• Reference instructions for clearing a POV with a Power of Attorney (POA) if original sponsor is unavailable.
Step 1. Gather the documents required for selling/buying an existing, previously SOFA registered vehicle (SOFA member to SOFA member).
SELLER:
• Korean Registration Form.
• USFK Form 207 (USFK Registration and Certificate of Title).
• USFK Safety Inspection (valid within 30 days). Obtain a USFK vehicle safety inspection if the vehicle is two or more years old of manufacture date. Vehicle safety inspections are conducted at the USAG Humphreys Auto Craft Shop, Bldg 2080.
• USFK Form 20-E (Bill of Sale) valid for 10 days of transaction.
• USFK Form 32EK-E (Application for Cancellation of USFK Privately Owned Vehicle).
BUYER:
• Proof of insurance (insured's name must match registered owner (unless Power of Attorney is used). Insurance company must be from the ROK (e.g. AIG, LIG) or USAA. Ensure Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) on the insurance documents is true and annotated correctly.
• Valid USFK 134EK Drivers License (orange DL card). A valid stateside DL may be used if within thirty days of arrival to Korea, or valid ROK DL. NOTE: USFK Invited Contractor and USFK third-country national employees and their family members are authorized, but not required, to obtain a USFK 134EK as long as they are first in possession of a ROK driver's license or valid international driver's permit prior to obtaining the USFK 134EK.
• Valid DOD Identification (CAC, Military ID).
• Military Orders (Active Duty); Letter of Employment (DOD Civilians); Letter of accreditation and current 700-19 (Contractors).
• USFK Form 31EK-E (Application for Registration of USFK Privately Owned Vehicle). 31EK-E may be obtained from the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office located in Building 544; or the Pyeongtaek Vehicle Registration Office (DMV). Bldg 544 hours of operation are Mon-Fri 0830-1700. Pyeongtaek DMV hours of operation are 0900-1800, Mon-Fri.
Step 2. Transfer the vehicle registration between two SOFA members (buy/sell):
• Take all documents to the Pyeongtaek DMV to conduct transaction (Road Map to DMV).
• NOTE: On Tuesdays, a DMV representative is available at DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg. 544 to accept applications for registration. Please contact the Vehicle Registration office at 753-6609 for additional information about this service as there is a one day (24 hour) delay in the registration process when utilizing the DMV service at Bldg. 544.
Step 3. Final Step; USFK Safety Sticker application (Registering vehicle for access to USFK installations:
• After completing the sale transaction and the buyer receives new Korean Vehicle Registration; only the buyer is required to report to the USAG-H vehicle registration office for final vehicle registration in DBIDS, USFK Safety Decal application, and issuance of USFK Form 207 (USFK Registration and Certificate of Title).
• Vehicle registration in DBIDS coincides with sponsor's DEROS.
• Vehicle must be present at Bldg 544 during final registration. A DBIDS operator affixes the USFK Safety Decal sticker to the driver's side; inside of the windshield. NOTE: License plates will be firmly mounted to the front and rear of the vehicle and will not be bent, trimmed, or altered in any manner except as necessary to adequately attach them to the vehicle. License plates will be affixed to the vehicle in the area provided by the manufacturer. No other decal fashioned in the form of a license plate may be displayed on the vehicle. POV's and NTV (Non-Tactical Vehicle)'s are required to have both front and rear license plates. ROK law requires two license plates be permanently displayed, one on the front and one on the rear, on vehicles at all times. No waivers or exceptions to policy may be granted.
NOTE: ROK law requires two license plates be permanently displayed, one on the front and one on the rear, on vehicles at all times. Therefore, license plates must be firmly mounted before a USFK vehicle decal is affixed.
• NOTE: To register a 2nd POV or authorization for E-6 and below to register a vehicle, please reference Exception to Policy for Vehicle Registration. Only personnel assigned to USAG Humphreys may register at Bldg 544. Personnel assigned to Osan or Suwon must register their vehicle at Osan AFB. NOTE: SOFA member vehicle registration will occur at the Area VRO where the SOFA member is assigned. SOFA member vehicle registration may also occur at the Area VRO where the family members are assigned or are funded to reside, if family housing is not available in the Area where SOFA member is assigned.
• Vehicle registration in ROK is the Sponsor's responsibility. Dependents are not authorized vehicle registration.
• Active Duty and GS Civilian Employees must present a valid USFK 134EK before the USFK vehicle registration decal is issued (DBIDS registration). Contractors present a valid ROK Driver's license or International operators permit.

Vehicle Registration, vehicle that you shipped into country
Step 1. Gather the documents required for picking-up the vehicle from the vehicle processing center (VPC) and subsequent registration:
• Proof of insurance (insured's name must match registered owner (unless Power of Attorney is used). Insurance company must be from the ROK (e.g. AIG, LIG) or USAA. Ensure Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) on the insurance documents is true and annotated correctly.
• Valid USFK 134EK Drivers License (orange DL card). A valid stateside DL may be used if within thirty days of arrival to Korea, or valid ROK DL. NOTE: USFK Invited Contractor and USFK third-country national employees and their family members are authorized, but not required, to obtain a USFK 134EK as long as they are first in possession of a ROK driver's license or valid international driver's permit prior to obtaining the USFK 134EK.
• Vehicle Title or previous registration as proof of ownership.
• Import/customs shipping documents (Vehicle shipping forms). Normally, this is an email from Camp Kim VPC confirming the vehicle is scheduled for pickup.
• Valid DOD Identification (CAC, Military ID).
• Military Orders (Active Duty); Letter of Employment (DOD Civilians); Letter of accreditation and current 700-19 (Contractors).
• USFK Form 31EK-E (Application for Registration of USFK Privately Owned Vehicle). 31EK-E may be obtained from the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office located in Building 544; or the Pyeongtaek Vehicle Registration Office (DMV). Bldg 544 hours of operation are Mon-Fri 0830-1700. Pyeongtaek DMV hours of operation are 0900-1800, Mon-Fri.
• Permit For Temporary Plates; this is a ROK Form that may also be obtained from the DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg 544, or Pyeongtaek DMV.
Step 2. Prior to picking-up the vehicle from the Vehicle Processing Center (VPC):
• Take all documents to the Pyeongtaek DMV to receive temporary license plates (1,800 WON for temporary license plates) (Road Map to DMV)
• Bring temporary license plates and all documents to the USAG Humphreys Vehicle Registration Office (Bldg 544) to receive a USFK Form 192EK (Temporary Vehicle Pass). The 192EK allows the operator to obtain fuel on USAG Yongsan and also allows the vehicle access to USAG Humphreys upon returning.
• NOTE: A one-day 192EK pass may also be issued at the VPC (Cp Kim, USAG Yongsan) after picking up the vehicle; however, the USAG Humphreys Vehicle Registration Office will issue a ten-day temporary vehicle pass allowing adequate time for the operator to complete the registration process.
• Schedule an appointment to pick-up vehicle at Camp Kim in USAG Yongsan (VPC). NOTE: on a case by case, vehicles are sometimes picked-up from the Pusan or Incheon ports. In this event, contact the Vehicle Registration office at 753-6609 for more information.
Step 3. ROK vehicle registration (Kyongi-Do Provence, Pyeongtaek City):
• After vehicle is picked-up and returns to USAG Humphreys; obtain a USFK vehicle safety inspection if the vehicle is two or more years old of manufacture date. Vehicle safety inspections are conducted at the USAG Humphreys Auto Craft Shop, Bldg 2080.
• Personnel can then return to Pyeongtaek DMV with all documents listed in Step 1 above (including safety inspection if applicable) and the temporary license plates to receive permanent (steel) license plates (12,800 WON).
• NOTE: Personnel have ten (10) days after issue of temporary plates to obtain permanent registration with Pyeongtaek. If temporary license plates are not returned, or the vehicle is not registered within 10 days, a fine may be imposed ranging from 50,000 WON to 100,000 WON.
• The Korean Registration Form and steel license plates are issued at the Pyeongtaek DMV. However, on Tuesdays, a DMV representative is available at DBIDS & Vehicle Registration Office, Bldg. 544 to conduct registration services. Please contact the Vehicle Registration office at 753-6609 for additional information about this service as there is a one day (24 hour) delay in the registration process when utilizing the DMV service at Bldg. 544.
Step 4. (Final Step); USFK Safety Sticker application (Registering vehicle for access to USFK installations:
• After receiving permanent license plates and Korean Vehicle Registration, personnel then report to the USAG-H vehicle registration office for final vehicle registration in DBIDS, USFK Safety Decal application, and issuance of USFK Form 207 (USFK Registration and Certificate of Title).
• Vehicle registration in DBIDS coincides with sponsor's DEROS.
• Vehicle must be present at Bldg 544 during final registration. A DBIDS operator affixes the USFK Safety Decal sticker to the driver's side; inside of the windshield. NOTE: License plates will be firmly mounted to the front and rear of the vehicle and will not be bent, trimmed, or altered in any manner except as necessary to adequately attach them to the vehicle. License plates will be affixed to the vehicle in the area provided by the manufacturer. No other decal fashioned in the form of a license plate may be displayed on the vehicle. POV's and NTV (Non-Tactical Vehicle)'s are required to have both front and rear license plates. ROK law requires two license plates be permanently displayed, one on the front and one on the rear, on vehicles at all times. No waivers or exceptions to policy may be granted.
NOTE: ROK law requires two license plates be permanently displayed, one on the front and one on the rear, on vehicles at all times. Therefore, license plates must be firmly mounted before a USFK vehicle decal is affixed.
• NOTE: To register a 2nd POV or obtaining authorization for E-6 and below non-command sponsored to register a vehicle, please reference Exception to Policy for Vehicle Registration. Only personnel assigned to USAG Humphreys may register at Bldg 544. Personnel assigned to Osan or Suwon must register their vehicle at Osan AFB. NOTE: SOFA member vehicle registration will occur at the Area VRO where the SOFA member is assigned. SOFA member vehicle registration may also occur at the Area VRO where the family members are assigned or are funded to reside, if family housing is not available in the Area where SOFA member is assigned.
• Vehicle registration in ROK is the Sponsor's responsibility. Dependents are not authorized vehicle registration.
• Active Duty and GS Civilian Employees must present a valid USFK 134EK before the USFK vehicle registration decal is issued (DBIDS registration). Contractors present a valid ROK Driver's license or International operators permit.



DES Phone Listing:

Emergency - Off Post
Off Post personnel can call 031-690-7911 for emergency assistance.
Hours: 24 hours
Location:

Emergency - On Post
Phone: 911 (DSN only) Phone Listing.
Cell Phone: 031-690-7911
Hours: 24 hours
Location:

MP Desk
Phone: 753-3111 or 753-3112
Hours: 24 hours
Location: Bldg. S-481

Director, Emergency Services
Phone: 753-3199
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-481

Operations Officer
Phone: 753-3194
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-481

Pass and ID
Phone: 753-5600 or 753-8172
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-724

Security Guard COTR
Phone: 753-3050 or 753-5924
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-724


Senior Physical Security Inspector
Phone: 753-6379 or 753-5924
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-724

Fire and Emergency Services Phone Listing:

Fire Chief
Phone: 753-6176
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 4 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-421

Deputy Fire Chief
Phone: 753-6177
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 4 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-421

Assistant Chief for Training
Phone: 753-6235
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 4 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-816

Fire Prevention
Phone: 753-6175
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 4 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-2072

Fire Alarm Communications Center
Phone: 753-6173
Hours: 24 hours
Location: Bldg. S-421


Provost Marshal, Military Police and Law Enforcement Phone Listing:

Administration Officer
Phone: 753-3108
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-481

K-9
Phone: 753-3111
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-481

Korean National Criminal Investigator (KNCI)
Phone: 753-3123 or 753-3125
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-481

NCOIC, Investigations-MPI
Phone: 753-3137 or 753-3111
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-481

NCOIC, Investigations-Traffic
Phone: 753-3131 or 753-3159
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-481

Operations Sergeant
Phone: 753-3159
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-481

Provost Marshal
Phone: 753-3124
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-481

Provost Sergeant
Phone: 753-3107
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-481

Pass & ID Phone Listing:

DBIDS Pass/ID & Vehicle Registration (Non-SOFA)
Phone: 753-7686 or 753-6358
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-724

DBIDS Pass/ID & Vehicle Registration (SOFA ONLY)
Phone: 753-6609 or 753-5931
Hours: Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. -- 5 p.m.
Location: Bldg. S-544

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