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Q: Can anyone recommend some good visa agencies in Beijing?

My visa's running out soon and I need to get a new one asap and can't afford to leave the country. I heard that visa agencies can do it but that some are quite shady. Can anyone recommend a reliable visa agency in Beijing? Thanks!

8 years 25 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Beijing

 
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I've used Traders Link a couple of times and I've never had any trouble with them. Many of my friends have used them too and were happy. But there's always a question mark over these visa agencies and if you can get your visa through the official channels that's better.
I found the article below quite useful. It discusses getting visas through agencies or through your work.

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Some of my friends received the visas from a law firm whose name is jay and shaw. My friends said that the firm is with years of experience in helping expats living in China to deal with legal issues. Its specialties include but not limited to prenuptial agreement, marriage, divorce, inheritance, lease, real estate investment, labor and employment, IPR, establishing business, criminal defense, civil representation, etc. In addition, it has a close networking with other business agencies visa agencies included. Its mail seems to be inquiry@jayandshaw.com.

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