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Q: Background Check in China

For those who live in China for a long time - where exactly do you get your background check (non-criminal record), police or some government agency or where? I live in Shenzhen.

3 years 34 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Shenzhen

 
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D981.

clever.

D IS 4. reverse.... 1894.

Rudolf Hess. Both a hero and a traitor. A ghost writer for a nasty book.

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Im going to bump this to the front page so Ironmsn can see it and answer.  

 

Though search for the ABC topic part 2 as I think he mentioned this there. 

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From my understanding, there is a specific police station in each city where you need to go for it. 

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Yes, I know Part 2 and everything but he didn't mention where exactly he had done it. I don't think you can do it at any police station or maybe not police at all.

Also, if anyone did this in Shanghai please share the info.

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I'm busy with my kids outside getting school related body checkups done, later I'll pm you the Chinese address of where to go to get this done because the admin won't allow us to post Chinese on here. It's near China Merchant Bank Tower area.

It's tricky because it's near 2 other police stations and one you can't even step foot into.

I suggest to use a taxi or friend

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Interesting avatar and name.

 

1933. Enabling act.

 

The number 1933, Possible Goodwins on the OP.

 

The number 1933 is offensive to so many people.

 

Why is that your name, Mr OP?

 

Accident or design?

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I said I would say if I downvote. Yeah, I downvote the OP. 

 

Sorry. The cross, combined with 1933....nah

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Ironman, thanks again fo your PM; now I wonder if anyone in Shanghai has done it? Please share.

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My friend in Shanghai did it, I'll send you a PM with the address. I know it's a pain in the ass so good luck my friend.

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This post is rather helpful!!! thanks a lot ppl!

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D IS 4. reverse.... 1894.

Rudolf Hess. Both a hero and a traitor. A ghost writer for a nasty book.

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