Webinars with Newland Chase

Navigating the Essential Worker Application Process

China has slowly begun to open its doors to business travelers and is now permitting the entry of essential foreign workers who will perform necessary and urgent economic, trade, scientific or technological activities.

With on-the-ground experience and extensive knowledge of the entire China market – Newland Chase’s immigration and visa experts from our offices in Shanghai and Tianjin will be your guides to the rigorous application process for your mission-critical business travelers.

We are pleased to offer two short, coffee-break length webinars of 30-minutes each that examine the following:

• Explanation of the current COVID-19 status in China and its impact on visas and immigration
• Solutions and information on applicant eligibility criteria, government-issued Letter of Invitation (LOI), and business visa (M Visa)
• Guidance on fast-track routes for residents of Germany, Singapore, and South Korea
• Answers to your questions – along with how to get vital strategic guidance and tailored solutions for your business

Time: Jul 15, 2020 09:00 AM China Standard Time

COVID-19 and Mobility: Global Travel and Immigration Impacts

Join Newland Chase leaders Jason Rogers and Edward Hu for our monthly examination of business travel and immigration for companies and their employees during COVID-19 and beyond.

Time: Jul 30, 2020 09:00 AM China Standard Time

Visa-related Articles

Shanghai Life Articles

FINALLY some good news for expats stranded outside of China

FINALLY some good news for many expats stranded outside of China If you have a valid residence permit for work, personal matter(Q) or reunion(S) then you can return to China starting from Monday September 28 00:00am without having to apply for an extra entry visa / PU invitation letter. However, if your residence permit expired

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Link your international bank card to Alipay!!

Source: Alipay I appreciate the efforts that the Chinese government is making for the tourists. After all, imagine tourists who want to pay by cash but various establishments cannot provide change due to the lack of local residents paying by cash. For example, I would not be surprised if food vendors at China International Import

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