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Q: How much is the fine for having second child in China?

7 years 24 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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It will vary depending on province, and location.  In some areas, a second child is allowed nowadays under special clearly stipulated conditions.

 

I am a bit familiar with the regulations governing in Guangdong Province.   According to their Law, each member (baba and also mama) shall pay a lump social child-raising fee that ranges between 3 and 6 times of their last year's income.

The Guangdong law stipulates a formula to calculate the fines for rich violators of one-child policy. For example, the per capita disposal income of the Tianhe District in Guangzhou last year was about 200,000 yuan. If one private enterprise boss in this district earned 200,000 yuan last year, he would pay a maximum social child-raising fee of: 20,000×6+(200,000-20,000)×2=480,000 yuan (about US$63,763) and a minimum 20,000×3+(200,000-20,000)×1=240,000 yuan (US$31,884). This is only the fine for one of the couple. The fines for both members of the couple would be much more. And for those who have more than two children the fines will be doubled.

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