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Q: teach in kindergarten without change my visa to z will make problem?

i m syudent right now in chinese course language and i just got my third x visa to start new semester but i just got offer to teach in kindergarten in shenzhen but they don t provide z visa so just forget about university and go work , will i have trouble with that and do university can cancel my visa or whatever? there is another way i can do like get another visa or buy it from somewhere?

8 years 11 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Hangzhou

 
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Working on a student visa is not legal in China.  Yes, you will have "troubles" if caught, from a fine, to jail term and deportation, not allow to re-enter China for years or even forever.  Your university may notify PSB you are no longer a student, and since your visa is valid as long as you are enrolled, could be revoked.

Maybe the kindergarten is not allowed to hire foreigners, that is why they do not provide a work visa support.

Your risk, your hide, your decision. 

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First, you'd better ask that school to provide a Z visa, if not, and you still want to take a risk to do this job, then also be careful that not to be accused by others. Actually, there are lots of foreigners holding a F/L/X visa to work in China, and no trouble with them.

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