Asked by DDM from Brazil | Dec. 12, 2016 11:17
About:Chinese Embassies and Consulates

Work Resident Permit info not visible in the passport

Hi, I am in a strange situation. My residence permit was mispelled and when I went to the office to change it they took it out from my passport to give me a new one, but they realized that the system was right, so they didnt print a new one, saying that the. problem is the printer. When they sticked again in my passport it lost the color, and all info are not visible anymore, except the number of it. I will leave the country soon for 3 months so they said this is not a problem and printed a paper from their system to prove that I have the residence permit, stamped it and also stamped the copy I had of my residence permit before they did this thing. If a residence permit info is not visible in the passport anymore, could the immigration check in the system an accept these documents stamped by the. local visa office?

Answers (1)
Answered by Prudy from Singapore | Dec. 13, 2016 19:47
If the exit and entry administration has given you a solution and provided the paper to prove that, I don’t think you will encounter any problem. You can just exit and re-enter.
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