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Q: Does any know visa agents in wuhan?

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6 years 13 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Wuhan

 
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Can any English speak can u? Obviously legal you are not. 

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I haven't really heard the term visa agent used in a while, gosh I guess it means the new Visa policy that started Sept 2012 has really worked... Even on wechat visa post offers have stopped.

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Here's a crazy idea.....get legit and work legally.

 

Yeah, I know, this is madness for a moron.

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