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Q: Changing jobs in china that will take a month but my employer will cancel my residence permit

I'm on a z and have a resedential and work permit. I'm changing jobs. My current contract finishes the 25th of January and new contract starts on the 23rd of February. My current school only wants to give me 10 days on my current resedential permit to apply for my new work Z at the new school. My new school said they can't apply the new work permit that early, only close to my starting date. Thus around 25 days after leaving my current school. Is there any way to extend the residential permit or do something in this situation? Seems as if my current school just wants to make things difficult for me because I'm leaving.

31 weeks 1 day ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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Its not up to your school how manys days you get. The PSB will give you a 30 day L when your current rp finishes.

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Its not up to your school how manys days you get. The PSB will give you a 30 day L when your current rp finishes.

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Before you jump the gun, I first need to know, do you have a working permit card? Is it an A.B.C talent card?

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