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Q: How can I get permanent visa in China, I am brazilian, I want to move to China and work there

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My name is Renata, I am from Brazil. I like China so much, and I am really interested in move to there and work there. How can I get a permanent visa to live there? I would like to get a work visa, but I dont know how to do it.

Can someone help me?

I speak Portuguese native language, can speak English, and I am learning Chinese. 

6 years 28 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Other cities

 
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You will never have a permanent visa in China unless you are a tax payer and can give the government great sums of money. so forget it and work as long as you can here. marrying a Chinese national will give you the ability to live in China but not the right .no

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6 years 27 weeks ago
 
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Go apply as a Portugese instructor and I'm sure you will find some luck in finding work there. I'm sure there are several universities that would be interested in your services. Just write up a resume and send them your document(Drunk!! Good Luck(b)!!wink

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There are cookies, bookies and too many rookies for me to sit here trying to be a hooky! Looky Looky don't call me a wooky. Touchy Touchy Feely Feely Spicy Spicy Nicey Nicey & that's what the doctor Ordered!!

 
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You will never get a permanent visa. If you want a job, apply from outside China and get a visa to work in China, get a signed contract before you come. Can you cook?

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Renata, Você está louca?

If you want to leave Brasil before the next Olympic Games in Rio, you are making a mistake. (Unless you live in a favela and then I understand why you want to leave.)  But please, think about your destination.

Se eu fosse você, I would go to Africa, where life for a brasileira would be much much much more pleasant and easier than China, and where you could probably get permanent residency.  Mozambique, for example.  Ex-Portuguese colony, unspoiled environment, beautiful beaches, wonderful seafood, multicultural, friendly people, low cost of living...

Não seja tola... Boa sorte!

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You can apply for a job and sign the contract first , then the company may do some documents and send you an invitation letter.After getting the letter,you can take those documents to the embassy to get a one month entry visa,then go to China.Of course the company can do the rest documents like resident permit for you.After that ,you will have a one year working visa.You can renew your visa after one year.(these processes are for teaching job in,China,hope that this can help you)

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its big mistake if u leave brazil to plain live in china, u can`t never get permanent visa, except if u invest or create your own company, china is very different, don`t think too much my friend. But you can also to try to get your permanent visa. Good luck.

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You will never have a permanent visa in China unless you are a tax payer and can give the government great sums of money. so forget it and work as long as you can here. marrying a Chinese national will give you the ability to live in China but not the right .no

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hi ! if you are still interested , you can add me on skpe > olmosbrenes

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If u need permanent visa .only solution is to marry a Chinese girl

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