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Q: Company to provide visa service in Yuyao

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I had been working in Shanghai many years with the working permit and now will move to a new job in Yuyao, could you advise a company which can offer the service of arranging what's needed from start to finish, many thanks.

4 years 30 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Ningbo

 
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Maybe you can try to ask the question on Travelchinaguide.com,they seem to know everything.Good luck!

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Hi Shane, this is Jenny from Sunrise. Do you still need help with your visa problem? We can help to arrange the whole process from start to finish. Any question pls contact us anytime via jenny_yang@sunriserelocation.com

Thank you!

Jenny

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