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Q: Can I convert my residence visa to L visa

Pls help. its urgent.

 

My current Work Permit will expire soon, Which  means my residence permit will due soon too. I need more time to find a new job in Shanghai. My father in-law is Shanghainese, is it possible to convert my residence permit to L Visa (visiting family member) , or do I need to go to Hong Kong to do that. If i can get this L visa, how long it will allow me to stay in Sh. Also if I find a job in L visa,is it hard to convert to residence permit?

With regards.

6 years 39 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Shanghai

 
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Why would you want to do such a thing? Get an extension after you get an invitation letter from another school quickly

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Many thanks for your reply, but I am not a school teacher. So can anyone please answer my post. Many thanks in advance.

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Why don't you stop in any Public Security Bureau in China, and get info first hand?

 

 

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