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Q: What schools hire non native speakers?

22 weeks 3 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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None, because hiring of non-native English sneakers for work in China is illegal by Chinese law. 

 

 

There is a part of regulation, non-native English passport holder can be hired legally in China, if such an English teacher holds a degree completed in native English speaking country ... UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, S. Africa ...

Many Chinese employers aren't aware of such possibility, so you should mention it in order to get an invitation for an interview.

 

You might receive an offer for work in China as a non-native English passport holder, but it will be sponsored with some shady (F) visa and once proper authorities find out about your illegal habitation and work in the city, it will be all (fault) on you ..., i.e. do not accept such an offer!

Legal work for foreigners in China is possible only with Z visa.

 

I hope, that helps!

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None, because hiring of non-native English sneakers for work in China is illegal by Chinese law. 

 

 

There is a part of regulation, non-native English passport holder can be hired legally in China, if such an English teacher holds a degree completed in native English speaking country ... UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, S. Africa ...

Many Chinese employers aren't aware of such possibility, so you should mention it in order to get an invitation for an interview.

 

You might receive an offer for work in China as a non-native English passport holder, but it will be sponsored with some shady (F) visa and once proper authorities find out about your illegal habitation and work in the city, it will be all (fault) on you ..., i.e. do not accept such an offer!

Legal work for foreigners in China is possible only with Z visa.

 

I hope, that helps!

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