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Q: Is it possible to apply (and what are the chances of getting) for the Student visa after Work visa?

I have switched to Work Visa from Business Visa recently but I see I made a major mistake, as the school has completely gone out of control.... So, is it possible to apply for a business or !best! student visa after work visa, or there is no chance for getting any of them anyways?

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31 weeks 3 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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To be honest, you would be best posting this question on redditt China visa. Or, if you dont have a VPN, try the GoKunming website. Not many students post here.

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To be honest, you would be best posting this question on redditt China visa. Or, if you dont have a VPN, try the GoKunming website. Not many students post here.

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Were you working on a Business Visa at a school, then made it to a Working Visa? There, on site, in China? Is it me or it sounds dodgy? With the working visa law and all working regulations, this it sounds weird all at once. And you want to switch to a student visa further on... . My feeling is you may not be able. Hey, it's just a feeling only anyway. If you can however, would you let us know? Someone else here, like Mike, Stiggs or icniff77 could help you with the right info. 

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