UK BREXIT: "The Settled Order" is Over -- Now, Where Does the Dust Settle?
June 25, 2016
Digital Nomads in France
December 15, 2015
In Celebration of the 2016 Summer Olympics & Luminary's Anniversary
August 2, 2016
LGI NEWS via PEREGRINE | CHINA – Beijing Issues Three-Year Work Permits
January 30, 2015
At the end of December, the Beijing authorities announced that, in certain circumstances, alien employment permits may be issued with validity of up to three years, rather than the standard twelve months.
Foreign national employees of Foreign Investment Companies, including China-Foreign Joint Ventures and Cooperation Projects and Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprises (WFOE), and Representative Offices, may be granted an initial or extension alien employment permit valid for up to three years, provided that certain supporting documents (see below) are valid for the requested period.
The supporting documents, which require sufficient validity, include the employment contract, the applicant’s passport and the employer’s business license (or Industrial and Commercial Registration Certificate).
Note that residence permits in Beijing will continue to be issued for no longer than twelve months, and would therefore still need to be renewed annually for an assignee holding a multiple-year alien employment permit.
For qualifying alien employment permit initial or extension applications for assignments of longer than twelve months in Beijing, ensure that the relevant supporting documents have sufficient validity.
This news alert was prepared using information provided by Lehman, Lee & Xu.
Luminary Global Immigration, LLC thanks Peregrine Immigration Management, Ltd for this news alert. For questions or more information, contact us at email@example.com
Disclaimer: The LGI news library postings are of a general nature and for informational purposes only. Information posted does not constitute legal advice, nor should it be construed to serve as a substitute for legal advice. LGI Library postings are based upon information obtained through various public news resources, industry affiliates, and through LGI’s global alliance network. Content may be reused or reproduced either with posted credit to both LGI and authors, or through written permission granted by LGI and/or parties holding copyright or other intellectual property rights for specific content. For more information, please contact LGI at firstname.lastname@example.org.