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Q: My previous Z Visa was cancelled, will it be a problem in the future?

My previous Z Visa was cancelled because my former employer registered my Visa under a different company that she owns. Will this become a problem if I apply for work again in China?

2 weeks 22 hours ago in  Business & Jobs - China

 
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Just apply and you'll see it!

 

It's difficult to know the outcome because nobody ever came back to the Board and report troubles he/she had.

 

I'd say, if you cncelled the contract without any reason, then you can expect problems at new WP application.

All heavier violations of Chinese law as 'drugs', 'fight' and similar will also make you unable to get new WP/job in China. 

 

 

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