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Q: How do you know if you've been Black listed as a Foreign Teacher in China?

How could you find out if you've been black listed as a teacher in China? 

32 weeks 2 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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You may never know. Especially if you didn't get your work visa through the proper channels using the right criteria.

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I really don't think there is any way to find out until you are rejected in a visa application. 

 

I've said this before; I don't know if it's true but i heard that it'sa lot of work to go and blacklist somebody. most employers wouldn't bother even if they said they were going to take this step. what's the point when they can just refuse to give you your papaerwork that you will need for your next job. to not need cancellation and reference letter for getting your next job in china, i think you need to go back home for a certain period of time. maybe somebody else can correct me or explain further

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Chinese visa s-tamp in your passport will turn dark blue at first ...  and then gradually to the complete black color.

This is a clear indication, you were black-  -listed.

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Why not simply ask the person/school/institution you suspect have reason to blacklist you?

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What's the point?

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You may never know. Especially if you didn't get your work visa through the proper channels using the right criteria.

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