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Q: How to apply to Working Visa for China

I'm planning to work at China. How to apply a Z visa?

9 years 24 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Changchun

 
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You need to be sponsored by a company in China to get this type of visa.

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Where are you from?

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You need find a company to employ you . They will send all the documents you need to apply for Z visa. However, take care as here are soooo many fake companies and they do fake documents also ...  Be sure the company is registered by the goverment and obtain some info about them. If they refuse to give you this info, move on to find other one ! 

 

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