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Q: how this can affect my future application for PR in wuhan?

In what ways this can affect my future application for permanent PR in Wuhan if i change my residence to yiwu? 

Ii have been living in china since June 2006 i registered marriage with my Chinese wife in June 2008 in wuhan.i set up a representative office from July 2008 to July 2009. in zhejiang yiwu.From 2009 -2012 i opened an import and export company by my wife name in the same city (yiwu) . I have two kids (I paid 40000 rmb as a fine for my second kid, cause is not legal to have two kids in china . I bought a shop ,a car and a house by my wife's name, and for legal reason a house in my wife's father name in wuhan. . i am doing business in yiwu  city in china  . Because i am planing  to apply for permanent residence in 2013 so i successfully registered a partnership company with my wife ,90% for me (business license has been issued in yiwu in august 2012 ) , but at the last step issuing working permit card has been refused by authorities in yiwu city ,and don't allow me to buy a car by my name ,  the reason is that , i have a visiting relative residence in wuhan so in order to get working permit card or buy a car in Yiwu my residence should change to yiwu  and should be issued where i registered my company yiwu. so i bought other car in yiwu by my new company name. By the way i hold visiting relative residence for more than five  years now . please help....

5 years 29 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Wuhan

 
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Permanent PR are only issued to holders of employement PR that have been working for five years or more, among other requirements which may vary from province to province.

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5 years 27 weeks ago
 
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why you pay 40000rmb for a second kid instead give birth in your homecountry and let it have a usefull nationality?

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If you are a foreigner (if you are) your Chinese wife is exempt from the one child policy, or is there something I am missing here?

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