New regulation on foreigners' exit and entry administration takes effect on 1 September 2013 in China
By Pattie Walsh, Chris Lin and Ying Wang
After the new PRC exit-entry law has come into force on 1 July 2013, the State Council issued a new regulation on the administration of foreigners’ exit and entry (new regulation) on 12 July 2013 to clarify the rules relating to exit and entry, stay and residence, and employment of foreigners. The new regulation seeks to facilitate the importation of foreign talents and further regulate foreigners’ exit and entry administration.
The new regulation has taken effect on 1 September 2013 and the existing regulation (the Implementing Rules of Administration Law on Foreigners’ Exit and Entry promulgated in 1986) will be abolished at the same time.
The new regulation will create four new types of visas…
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