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Q: Address of SAFEA and contact numbers in different provinces

 

http://en.safea.gov.cn/2013-08/28/content_16927554.htm

 

 

There are 4 pages on the posted web link of SAFEA (Foreign Expert Bureau) with office addresses, phone numbers, fax and email address.

 

 

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Nei Mongol SAFEA contact info is missing on the web link above.

 

These are SAFEA's phone numbers in Hohhot, if anybody needs it:

 

047 1696 8544

 

047 1696 5548

 

047 1691 4612

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thanks for posting, 

but i would also suggest that it is useful for FT's with problems to still ask their problem employers for the same information.

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Thank you.

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I contacted Urumqi SAFEA phone number listed on above link yesterday, and as I understand phone numbers on the link are main office's (Province) numbers. 

 

Officer informed local SAFEA, and local SAFEA returned call, and stepped into action.

 

If you are in the smaller city, you can just call listed phone number, and they will connect you with local SAFEA officer.  

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Beijing SAFEA is missing on the above link.

 

http://www.cn-visa.com/bureaus_contact_information.asp

 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China

www.fmprc.gov.cn

No. 2, South Avenue, Chaoyang Men, Chaoyang District, Beijing, phone no. 010-65961114

It looks, it isn't called 'SAFEA'.

There is a hotel in Bj with the name 'Foreign Experts Building' (too) or shorter 'feb':

http://www.feb-hotel.com/index.php?Locale=en-us

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Nei Mongol SAFEA contact info is missing on the web link above.

 

These are SAFEA's phone numbers in Hohhot, if anybody needs it:

 

047 1696 8544

 

047 1696 5548

 

047 1691 4612

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Update:

 

 

New/right phone number of Henan SAFEA in Zhengzhou is

 

0371 6636 6329

 

Chinese speaker is required for talk with Gov. in Zhengzhou.

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