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Q: how can i get a vissa work from Cuba

My husband is a bartender and a cook too. He's 23 years old.

6 weeks 2 days ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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Ask Cuba.

Good luck.

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You must write in English on this website, so we will know what do you want.

 

Since, I see you have an access to Internet, you could use my web link .... also in the future (Tense):

 

http://www.bing.com/Translator

 

or much better software at:

 

https://translate.google.com

 

 

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If you mean how can a 23 year old cook/bartender from Cuba get a work visa for China then the answer is they can’t!

 

China has millions of cooks/bartenders. You’re husband would need a lot more experience to get a work visa. 

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