CHINA VISA SERVICES
Which situation count as a short-term working (Z) Visa?
- Foreigners come to China for employment or for some official Post
- Foreigner (Employed and assigned by a foreign enterprise) comes to Chinese Co-operation Company to finish some technical, scientific research, the management or guidance job
- Foreigners come to Chinese sports club/organization to have a trial (including coach and athlete)
- Foreigners come to China for a film shooting (including advertisement film and documentary film)
- Foreigners come to China for a fashion show (including model)
- Foreign performance (for commercial performance)
Residence permit | Work Permit
- According to the Chinese immigration policy, For the first time when you apply for the Work permit and Residence permit, you have to show up (the second time no need to show up) in the government to take a digital picture, they need to confirm you are the same person of the passport holder then the officer will accept your visa application.
Getting a China visa
In order to work and reside in China, you must obtain a working visa, also called a Z visa. Since September 2013, the Chinese government restricted their working visa policies, making the work visa probably the hardest visa to obtain. Corporation China will assist in obtaining the appropriate visa and work permits for foreign employees who are going to work in the WFOE. Overall, the best options (including multiple entries) are one year Employment Visas and Work Permits. The initial approval requires a Physical Examination and the entire process takes approximately 3 to 4 weeks.
China Visa Cost Calculation
Chinese Visa Application Full Support
CHINA VISA SERVICES
Corporation China will assist in obtaining the appropriate visa and work permits for foreign employees, business owners, visitors, and etc.
VISA VALUE-ADDED SERVICES
As a complement to our immigration services, Corporation China provides clients with a range of benefits and value services at no cost. Such as scheduled immigration alerts.
VISA APPLICATION SUPPORT
Our staff of Visa Experts will assist in obtaining the appropriate visa and work permits for foreign employees who will be working in China.
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VISA & WORK AND RESIDENCE PERMIT
A work visa is required for entrepreneurs who have registered a company in China, as well as for the official stay in the country of foreign employees working in this company.
After applying for a work visa, you must obtain the Work Permit and Residence Permit.
Our experts will help you with paperwork at all stages. We will render you all kinds of assistance in the preparation of documents, legalization, and escort in necessary instances.
Passport or ID
2 photos (3.3 x 4.8 cm on a white background)
Medical examination (Appointment and go to the Clinic)
Medical examination result (4 days after the Examination)
Types of Chinese Visas
What is the major purpose of your visit to China and which is the most appropriate visa category for your application.
|Major Purpose of Visit||Visa Categories||Description of Visa|
|Exchanges, visits, study tours and other activities||F||Issued to those who are invited to China for exchanges, visits, study tours and other activities.|
|Commerce & Trade||M||Issued to those who are invited to China for commercial and trade activities.|
|As a tourist||L||Issued to those who are going to travel to China for tourism.|
|Employment||Z||Issued to those taking up a post or employment, or giving commercial performances, in China.|
|Transit||G||Issued to those who are going to transit through China en route to a third country (or region).|
|As a crew member or a motor vehicle driver||C||Issued to foreign crew members of aircraft, trains and ships, motor vehicle drivers engaged in cross-border transport activities, and also to the accompanying family members of the above-mentioned ships’ crew members.|
|As a student||X1||Issued to those intending to study in China for a period of more than 180 days.|
|X2||Issued to those intending to study in China for a period of no more than 180 days.|
|As an introduced talent||R||Issued to those who are high-level qualified talents or whose skills are urgently needed by China.|
|As a journalist||J1||Issued to resident foreign journalists/media staff of foreign news organizations stationed in China. The intended duration of stay in China exceeds 180 days.|
|J2||Issued to foreign journalists/media staff on temporary news coverage missions. The intended duration of stay in China is limited to no more than 180 days.|
|Permanent Residence||D||Issued to those who are going to reside in China permanently.|
Last update: May 2019.
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Our professional are experts in all areas of Human Resource services ranging from Payroll, Recruitment, Labor Law, Salary Tax Calculation, Insurance and many other services related to all types of company structures such as WOFE (Wholly Owned Foreign Enterprise), JV (Joint Ventures), RO (Representative Offices, etc. makes of us one of the leading HR service firms of China and the world.
CHINA VISA FAQ
1. How to get a visa to China and how long does it take?
Corporation China will assist in obtaining the appropriate visa and work permits for foreign employees who will be working in the WFOE. Employment Visa’s and Work Permits are good for one year and include multiple entries. The initial approval requires a Physical Examination and the entire process takes approximately 3 to 4 weeks.
2. If I start working in China does my family get a Visa?
Yes , you can bring your whole family with you.
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