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Q: Requirements for a residence permit?

Please, can someone tell me what the requirements are to obtain a 'residence permit'?

8 years 26 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Hefei

 
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What kind of visa do you currently have? Are you working here? What kind of residency do you want?

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If you have a business here and you employed few numbers of chinese, if you married to chinese and for two years you had your L visa for the next year third year you can apply for residence permit.

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