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Q: How can I stay in China for long time?

How can I stay for long time in YIwu, China for Business or Job?

 

4 years 45 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Yiwu

 
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Theres no way anyone can tell you that. China laws change every week or month.

 

My best advice is: Always have an exit plan!

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Theres no way anyone can tell you that. China laws change every week or month.

 

My best advice is: Always have an exit plan!

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Hello,

Your request rather suggest you have no specific plans in this country.

It is difficult for us to advise you since we don't have ANY information about you, where are you, what you want to do, do you have any background education/professional work...

 

feeling like an HR agency here....i am out

 

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Eat street food.
You will be too sick to travel .....if you live that is

earthizen:

Rolling on the floor. LoL.

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Easy. Ignore the law. Good luck with that.

Stiggs:

Or better still, break the law. You'll get free accommodation that way.

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Your chances of staying in China a long time would increase if you got married to a Chinese (PRC) citizen. Note the word CHANCES

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Put lots of pictures of Winnie the Pooh on your car....

 

Ok, honestly - open up a WOFE. You can (possibly) get yourself a 5 year work visa, which would be renewable (if your company doesn't fail badly).

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