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Q: Working in another city using same Residence Permit.

What are the penalties for working in another city using residence permit from previous city? Can ya work while waiting for transfer to occur?

5 years 5 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - Other cities

 
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If you resigned proper way, your RP is still valid. You must have Release letter and FEC Cancel Cert., and PSB in new Province will just adjust their data, and you'll be required to return to PSB a week before the RP expiration, for new extension.

 

I quit School in Dalian, Liaoning, and arrived to Fuk., Xinjiang. After visit to PSB, I continued to work in Fuk. till the expiration of RP, which was then extended for the duration of the new Contract.

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