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Q: tourist visa to working visa it is possible..

8 years 36 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Nanning

 
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yes, your employer will fix it.

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Yes, the company that hires you can take your passport and change it to a working visa.

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Yes, I came here in Beijing with a tourist visa of 7 days only. The very first day I arrived I looked for a job right away. Luckily I got it. The company took my passport and university diploma and lemme sign the contract. Since my visa is just for a week,they extended it for 1 month tourist visa, a foreign is allowed to extend tourist visa 2 times. After having another tourist visa, they applied me a working visa, I have it now.

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I was a little surprised to read the above-post concerning the possibility of  changing an L visa to a Z visa in Beijing.  I was under the impression, as a result of my contacts with friends in Beijing, that nearly all of them who had arrived on an L visa and subsequently found gainful employment were required to make the trip to Hong Kong or to Thailand or even Mongolia to secure the Z visa.  In some cases, several had to return to their countries of origin.

 

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