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Q: Work permit expires July 2021.If I want to stay in China after 31 July what should I do?

Visa/Resident permit expires Jan 2022

Work permit expires July 31 2021.

Now new job offer yet.What should I do if I want to stay in China after July 31 2021.

I will appreciate your valuable advice.Regards

21 weeks 8 hours ago in  Visa & Legalities - Guangzhou

 
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After my last employer canceled my visa, there was some time needed to arrange the new visa. During that time, I got two temporary stay visas.

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Best advice IMO you could get at Foreign Expert Bureau.

This is an old (pre-2017) name of Chinese org., which approved Working permit, so I'd say find out which is that org. and ask them for an advice.

Your employer knows the name and address of that org. because they had to apply for your Working permit there.

 

I'd say, you can stay in China until your Residence permit expiration, but you aren't entitled to undertake any work for pay after your Working permit expires.

 

If and when you'll get new job with another employer, you'll also get new Working permit with extension of Residence permit.

 

I hope, that helps!

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Under normal circumstances, the two should expire at the same time. 

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It depends on the purpose you would like to stay in China. After you have been released from the current employer by obtaining a work permit cancellation receipt and release letter from the employer you can apply for a stay permit which if granted would give you 30 days from the date of application. If you want to apply for another one after that you could try but would be under closer scrutiny and need to provide more proofs. If you are married to a Chinese you could always switch to a family reunion / dependent residence permit (working is not permitted). However, the procedures to change employment is for the current employer to cancel the work permit and release you and for the new employer to apply for a new work permit and residence permit for you. I can share relating articles with information if requested.

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After my last employer canceled my visa, there was some time needed to arrange the new visa. During that time, I got two temporary stay visas.

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