Asked by Clint from USA | Dec. 21, 2015 15:28
About:How to Apply for a China Visa

Difference Between Z Visa and M/F type?

I have recently received an invitation from a Chinese company to be their first ever intern starting in January 2016 for the duration of 1 year. I am extremely excited but since I am their first ever intern, the visa process is confusing for both the company and myself. Several other source have told me that the Z type is near impossible to obtain because of my age and lack of Bachelors degree. The company and other sources have said there is a possible 10 year multi-entry permit for business or touring, that I believe would be the M/F type. I'm just to the point where I am running out of time and need some help ASAP.

A little bit more info about myself:
I am 22 years old
In the process of receiving my Bachelors Degree.

Thanks for the Help!

Answers (1)
Answered by Claire from China | Dec. 21, 2015 20:34
Because your intern will last for about one year, you are advised to apply for work Z type. And the embassy may also require you to apply for Z type.
F type is not suitable to your situation. As for M type, even if you get one with multiple entries, you can only stay for at most 60 days after each entry. If you enter and exit too frequently, your M type may be cancelled. Therefore, I think the best choice is to apply for a Z type.
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