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Asked by Ms.Angie Ow from Singapore | Jul. 13, 2009 23:55
About:China Embassy in Singapore

Hi,

I'm a singaporen applying for a Z visa to work in Shanghai. One of the documents required is an "Original official invitation letter from the authorized organizations in China." I'm not quite sure what this means. Is it just a formal letter from the company that is hiring me asking me to work for them? Or is it a special letter from a China Government Body? Do let me know.

Thanks very much!!!
Angie

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Answered by Mr.Henry | Jul. 14, 2009 01:11
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It is a letter from the authorized china government, you can ask your employer in China to apply it for you.
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