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Q: Is it legal to do part time job for CSC scholars? What time of job can be for engineering student?

I am a China Government scholarship holder for Graduation Study in China, in Civil Engineering. I am wondering about the life style and cost of living in Beijing. So, would anyone know, Is it legal to do part time job for CSC scholars? What time of job can be for engineering student?

9 years 27 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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it is illegal to work on a student visa. if you want to work come here on a work visa. wtf is wrong with people

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You have two choices.  You can pay attention to those that will tell you the "legal" way, which is the ONLY proper way to do things in China if you value your visa and scholarship.

Or, you can do as you please, and if caught will pay a fine, a couple of weeks of jail time, and deportation, and for 10 years can not re-enter China.  Of course, will loose scholarship.

 

The legal way is that to work in China, even if you do not receive pay at all, you need a work visa to enter, and a work permit, an FEC and a residence permit once you arrive here.  Work under a student visa is not allowed, and you will only need one student, or teacher, or friend, to tell the Police and you will be caught.

 

You make your choice now.

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A: I'd say no, you don't need working permit to work for Chinese Co. remo
A:I'd say no, you don't need working permit to work for Chinese Co. remotely, i.e. by not residing in China.Best advice on that you'll get from your employer. https://www.china-briefing.com/news/china-foreigners-work-permit-application-and-renewal-recent-changes/ See this part: However, because a valid resident permit is one of the primary requirements for the renewal of a work permit, without a valid residence permit, expatriates stranded outside China may not be able to renew their work permits anymore. ... or in other words, if you don't reside in China, work permit is also not required. Some more details about Work visa requirements .. https://www.hongdaservice.com/blog/china-work-visa-requirements-what-you-may-not-know -- icnif77