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Q: Can i change my F visa to Z visa while i'm in China

I have an F visa and will start teaching soon, i can get the papers from the school, can I change the F to a Z with out leaving China?, Can i just fly out to HK?

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That is PSB decision. School can suggest HK Chinese Embassy as location for Z visa application.

 

But, PSB can also demand you must go to Chinese Embassy in your home country.

 

I read somewhere, PSB in Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Guangzhou require one must apply for Z in home country.

 

I am waiting for PSB reply in Dalian, Liaoning.

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