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Q: do i need the release letter or work permit cancellation letter if I leave China?

I have left My previous employer after they paid salary and i went to cambodia. they were in the process of cancelling my work permit but as I did not want to wait in china for 5 days and another 15 for them to cancel my residence permit I decided to go to Cambodia where if I  can apply for another visa if i need it. As I would need to resubmit all documents for a new z visa will I need the work permit cancellation letter and the release letter or are they not necessary anymore

13 weeks 2 days ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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Email is a wonderful way to transfer documents.
Ask them to email it to you and presto..problem solved

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Email is a wonderful way to transfer documents.
Ask them to email it to you and presto..problem solved

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they are refusing to give them to me.

 

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