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Asked by Mr.Clark from Korea | Mar. 10, 2010 23:42
About:China Embassy in South Korea

Hello, I am a British national in Korea on a D8 visa. In April I will be moved to Shanghai for three years. Can I organise a work visa and temporary residency permit here or should I do that once in China?

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Answered by Mr.Noah | Mar. 11, 2010 03:47
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you can apply for a work visa in Korea, but you should get the temporary residence permit in China. Z visa holder has to apply for temporary residence permit within 30 days after entry.
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