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FAQ

1. What’s the difference between F visa and Z visa?
 
    The main difference between the two visas is whether you can work legally. If you hold an F visa, you are not allowed to work in China. To legally work in China, foreign nationals must obtain the relevant certificates, such as Z visa, Work Permit and Residence Permit.
 
 
2. My current visa is L Visa or F visa, can I apply for Z visa without leaving China ?
 
    This depends on many factors. For example, in Shanghai whether the employer sponsoring your Z visa application has required amount of registered capital is a determining factor. Your job position is also a factor.
 
3. I hold an one-year (or six-month) multiple entries F visa with each stay is limited to 30 days. How can I extend my stay?
 
    It is not possible to extend the stay granted by the visa you currently hold. However, by applying for a new visa while you are in China, you may get a multiple entry F visa allowing you stay beyond 30 days. The qualifications of your host company in China and the city where you apply for the new visa are main determining factors.
 
4. What kind of Visas are required to set up an office in China?
 
    Actually, to set up an office here, NO visa is required. One does not even have to leave his/her own home country to set up a Rep Office in China. While you are in China holding F visa, you are certainly allowed to take part in certain setting-up activities, for example, negotiating office leases, etc.
 
5. I hold a tourist Visa (L), I would like to stay longer in China. May I get a business visa (F)?
 
    In many cities of China, if you enter with L visa and want to stay longer, you may have one-month extension twice. If you can get an invitation letter from a Chinese organization, you may apply for F visa without leaving China.
 
6. I am on a business trip in China and I currently hold F visa. May I get work permit here?
 
    Assuming that a Chinese employer offers you a job, whether you must go out of China during the work permit application depends on your job title and the qualifications of the Chinese employer.
 
7. Currently, I work for a company in China and hold a valid work visa. If I quit my job, what is the consequence to my work visa?
 
    In China, work visa is employer-specific. In other words, if you change employer or becomes unemployed, your work visa is no longer valid. You must arrange new visa to ensure your stay in China is legally permitted.
 
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