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Z or F Visa to teach in China

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by stormyday, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. stormyday

    stormyday New commenter

    Hi,
    Reading through the posts, seems most people apply for a Z Visa to teach in China. As I went through job application and interview process in June, the only Visa I can get in time is an F Visa which school says will be used in the same way to apply for a Resident Permit when I get to China. Anyone been in a similar situation? Just a bit worried in case there are any problems when I get to China.
    Thanks
     
  2. stormyday

    stormyday New commenter

    Hi,
    Reading through the posts, seems most people apply for a Z Visa to teach in China. As I went through job application and interview process in June, the only Visa I can get in time is an F Visa which school says will be used in the same way to apply for a Resident Permit when I get to China. Anyone been in a similar situation? Just a bit worried in case there are any problems when I get to China.
    Thanks
     
  3. Hi, I have just got my visa for China and applied for a Z visa as this is the one required when taking up an employment post in China. It didn't take long by post, about a week from posting it off to getting it back.
     

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