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Q: How to get a job with x visa in shanghai

Im in shanghai for almost 2 years studying and Im still looking for a job but I have x visa.What should I do? 

7 years 5 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shanghai

 
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If you want to work full-time, then please find a prospective employer and have the X visa converted to a Z visa but that will require paperwork and most likely a trip out-of-country although I have know this to not always be the case in Shanghai.

 

If you want to work part-time and remain on an X visa, just be aware of the risks that you will be incurring.  I am not saying that it is legally advisable at all but it has known to happen and the risks have also known to be incurred.

 

One caveat that I do see, however, and perhaps some of the more long-term members of this Board might chime in here, is that the PSB becomes extremely "vigilant" in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, etc., etc., as the year comes to an end and as the holidays approach.  This is usually the moment, meaning over the next two moths, when those working on F and X and L visas are either caught, if caught at all, or advised to lay low, etc., etc.  This is the period of time when LTC's, both licensed and non-licensed are routinely inspected.

 

 

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Leave the idea of doing Job on X visa..complete your study..

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DO NOT work with an "X" visa. Complete your studies.

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you can find a job in a company, the company could help you to get Z visa,then you can live longer , if you like, we will provide you job in my company,,do your have a resume? here this a position  in my company in Shanghai to develop overseas market , you can send your resume by email to elina_lv@163.com,  or contact us by QQ398515035

 

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Hello  i'm from Lithuania and i wana find job in china i'm now study " Event Business Management "and almost finishing study. So I  wana ask maby some one know where i can search for job in the internet or just who can help me find work i be really grateful.

My email: edgarasstasiukonis@gmail.com Please contact me if you know what kind of information where I can find a job, in the internet or just know jobs.

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