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Q: Have any of you heard of Rong He International ??

I am currently talking to this recruiting company and they told me they may have an english teaching job for me at Rong He International in Beijing.. I can't seem to find it anywhere online. Has anyone heard of this place?? Supposedly there are a few in Bejing. Thanks!

6 years 11 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Beijing

 
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I have not heard of it. Be VERY careful and don't agree to any job that does no offer a 'Z' visa / RP. It is illegal to work without these. You will know the recruiting company is legitimate if they send you the correct official documentation before you apply for the 'Z' visa and leave your home country. Any recruiter who says you can arrive in China and then change your non-'Z' visa to a RP is lying.

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Recruiting Co. will make money as soon as you'll accept employment.

 

Ask them about  Z visa/ Residence permit procedure. Most likely, School is not authorized to hire FT, and they cannot sponsor Z visa.

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Good day, May I ask which recruiter this was? I am in the same position and cannot find any details.

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