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Q: can i apply for residence permit with my L visa?

in case i dont get a job quickly can i apply for the residence permit and how much does it cost?please will really appreciate honest and straight answers,thnx.

6 years 15 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Wuhan

 
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No job, no residence permit.  Your only other option would be to marry a Chinese national, and then apply for a marriage visa.  I'm sure Happy'll be along later to give the full explanation

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Student visas can give you a residence permit as well.

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You can not apply for the resident permit without  z visa. which means until there is a company to recruit you , then you can not apply for it. 

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yes but maybe no this is China

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