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Asked by Mr.Alex from China | Aug. 05, 2010 16:38
About:China Embassy in Mexico

I will be leaving sometime in August to China to work. I am a U.S. citizen living in Mexico for the last past 9 months. I do have a FM2 in Mexico. Can I apply my visa going thru the Embassy of China in Mexico City. (Multi-Visa) 12 months

Alex

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Answered by Mr.JOHNNASH from China | Aug. 05, 2010 22:32
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You can apply for China work visa through the China Embassy in Mexico City if your FM2 is still valid for at least 6 months, generally speaking, the work visa is single-entry, no stay of duration, you have to apply for residence permit from a local county level Public Security Bureau within 30 days after entry.
Answered by Mr.Alex from China | Aug. 06, 2010 10:58
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I will be working a rotation of 28/28 so will not be staying in china. Will that work out.

Alex Medellin
Answered by Mr.Bob | Aug. 07, 2010 02:54
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Mr. Alex Medellin, it is up to the documents provided by your employer, if your employer offers you the Alien Work Permit and a Visa Notification Letter from an authorized Chinese government office, you can apply for work visa, then apply for residence permit within 30 days after entry, you can exit and enter China for many times during the validity of the Residence Pemit (generally valid for 1 year), in fact, it is used as a 1 year multiple-entry residence visa.
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