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Q: how much penality if working without z visa

If any teacher working in dependent visa what kind of penalty will be charged ?

6 years 20 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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Fines and deportation (you get to pay the cost) 

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Ask at the PSB in the city, you're working! However, you'll probably get arrested.

 

If you know somebody, who's working with Residence permit (Z), tell him to ask for you.

 

Legal FT might ask at SAFEA, also!

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Actually , if you go to the PSB and tell them you just want to know the punishment, they will not arrest you. Just tell them you are not turning yourself in. 

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http://www.china.org.cn/china/2013-12/12/content_30871661.htm

Read the above link. Son got 5 days detention & 5000 kuai fine (on top of his stupid penalty for riding a motorbike illegally, running into someone & arguing about it), father got 14 days detention & 10000 kuai fine.

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must be at least RMB5000.. we have one clients got 20,000...it is really creppy

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