Visa to China
- All foreign residents entering China must have a visa.
- he main classes of visas in China are:
- A 'D' Visa - intended for anyone who intends to live permanently in China.
- An 'F' Visa - intended for those entering China for up to 6 months for business, research purposes, etc.
- A 'G' Visa - intended to permit transit through China.
- An 'X' Visa - intended for entry for study and advanced study purposes for over 6 months.
- A 'Z' Visa - intended for a foreign resident who intends working in China.
- A visa is usually issued in the offices of the Chinese Representation in foreign countries.
In certain circumstances the visa may be obtained at points of entry into China, including when a foreign resident arrives for a visit to a professional exhibition, for signing a business agreement, for examining business data, etc.
Residential PermitsForeign residents may work in Slovenia only if they can produce a work permit.
In general, there are 3 classes of work permits:
- Residential permits are issued for a period of up to 5 years. The permit may be extended without restriction on the number of occasions.
Usually, each extension is for one year.
- In order to obtain a residential permit, the appropriate health certificates must be produced.
A foreign resident who wishes to open an independent business in China is not required to invest any minimum capital in China.
The only requirements are that he obtains a work permit and a permit to reside in China.
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