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Asked by jacq from Singapore | Mar. 20, 2012 08:24
About:China Embassy in Singapore

Visa Clarification

Hi, I am a Singapore student undergraduate who is intending to go to China for a 9 months unpaid internship (purely intern, no studying).I do not qualify for a F-Visa. But is it still possible to get one? The process of procuring a Z-Visa is too troublesome for a minor internship like mine and the company might not be willing to do so. Is there any other solutions to work around this?.

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Answered by Sarah | Mar. 21, 2012 03:07
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If you go to China for internship, you should apply for a China business visa. Even it is a little bit complicated, you have to apply for it. Try to consult with your company in China patiently, since no other ways.
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