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Q: How to cancel my Work Visa?

hi everyone,

 

hope you can guide me.

 

so i want to leave my current job and go to shanghai for work.

 

i need to cancel my work current permit . how do i do it?  the company will not help. i have to do by myself.

 

what documents do they require for it?

 

 

9 years 25 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Qingdao

 
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Foreign Expert Bureau in the city you are in, should tell you details about cancelling procedure.

 

You might need Chinese friend for translation at FEB. In smaller cities, Public Security Bureaus have English speaking officials, not FEB. 

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fill in the de-registration form online. then print it. 

 

1 your deregistration  proof from your old company with stamp

2 termination of the contact stamped by your company.

3 original work permit to the labor bureau.

 

it's done

 

when in Shanghai, you have to apply for the work permit, interview in PSB and apply for the resident permit in Shanghai. 

 

 

Shining_brow:

S/he said the current employer won't help.... I don't see the stamp happening anytime soon.

9 years 21 weeks ago
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