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Q: I have resigned without aquiring a visa. Does the school need to cancel application?

Hi guys. 


I signed a contract with a school a month ago. The school recently sent through the papaerwork that I was supposed to take to the embassy. I have not appied for the visa at the embassy. I have decided the school is not right, and reisgned. I have another offer from an employer. Do I need the first emplyer to cancel the application for the other emplyer to make an application for another work visa? 



24 weeks 3 days ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

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Your first employer has your signed contract which was presented at application for your Working permit.

After WP was issued, you won't be able to get new WP with another employer ..., I'd say. 

Sorry, I don't have such an experience, but I suggest you try to make your new employer find out about it, either by contacting your old employer or SAFEA, who issued your WP.


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