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    How to get a Work Permit and Visa for China

    Even before you apply for a Chinese visa, you’ll need to decide on the sort of visa you need and make sure you completely grasp the application processes and the paperwork required.

    As part of the Chinese visa application procedure, expatriates on a Z visa will require a medical test and formal job license. While China doesn’t have an immigration point system as such, you’ll need to be categorized as a “foreign expert” and in-demand talents are looked upon favorably.

    If your stay in China stretches to a few years or longer, you could be able to apply for the so-called Chinese Green Card. If China’s permanent residency visa is not enough and you desire to further commit to the nation, you may opt for citizenship. And although the prices to obtain one are not enormous, it will cost you a lot of patience and time.

    You will need to register with the police on arrival no matter how long you’re staying here. Getting a residency permit is a necessity for persons with long-term Chinese visas.

    Work Permits and Employment-Based Visas

    Whether you are searching for skilled worker visa or any other permission that permits you to work in China, you will need to decipher some perplexing acronyms with letters and number such as “C visa” or “X1 visa”. The letters in these acronyms are based on the Chinese names for certain visa categories: C (chuányuán = crew), L (lǎowài = foreigner, tourist), X (xuéshēng = student), J (jìzhě = journalist), G (guòjìng = transit), etc. The numbers represent the duration of your intended stay.

    For those who intend to work or study in China, these are the combinations they have to bear in mind:

    Z - visa for employees (staying in China for more than six months) (staying in China for longer than six months)

    X1/2 - visa for students (X1 if you are staying for more than 180 days, X2 if your selected duration is shorter than that) (X1 if you are staying for longer than 180 days, X2 if your chosen period is less than that)

    J1/2 - visa for foreign journalists (J1 if you are staying for more than 180 days, J2 if your selected duration is shorter than that) (J1 if you are staying for longer than 180 days, J2 if your chosen period is less than that)

    Required Documents for a Chinese Visa

    The paperwork you will need to submit in order to receive your visa, vary on the kind you require. The normal Chinese work visa requirements include the Chinese work permit visa application form, passport, and picture, as well as:

    a formal letter of invitation

    a health certificate documenting a recent medical exam

    a formal employment license from the Chinese government

    However, the restrictions may differ somewhat for particular sub-categories of foreign personnel, e.g. NGO workers, those engaged in the offshore petroleum business, and various other choices.

    For the employment license, you need to have a status as a “foreign expert” with particular credentials, e.g. as an EFL-teaching native speaker with a B.Ed., or a contract with a firm officially certified to hire foreign nationals. Fulfilling these visa criteria will assist your potential employer acquire the employment license for you.