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Q: can i work(even parttime)as a Qvisa

im not sure,does it legally?

4 years 27 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Taiyuan

 
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nope, need to get a work visa

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It would be illegal.

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FFS. Does it say work visa?

Englteachted:

What's with these dumb questions recently?

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iWolf:

I think it is the influx of Ukrainian DJ/ kindergarten teacher/ model/ hooker (depending on the time of day....and others from BRICS countries who have no previous knowledge of visas and such. This is the next wave of expats.

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Stiggs:

Yeah, could be the new wave. I just assumed it was ECC drone accounts.. recycle a question that hasn't been used for a while and put that username back on the shelf for a year.

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mike168229:

I have noticed a distinct change in the makeup of the expat community in this city over the last couple of years.

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no

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Young Warrior do what you must!

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