Work Visa Requirements to Teach English in China

Work (Z Visa) for Teaching English: BA Degree or Higher 60/120 hour TEFL certificate (Or TESOL, CELTA etc. Can be completed in 2 days online. click here) Native English Nationality (UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand or South Africa) 21 to 55 years of age CRC (Criminal background check) […]

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Reasons Why Your China Visa Gets Rejected

It’s not unusual for your China visa application to be rejected. China is known for its strict visa policies and the visa approval rates are not that high. Frustrating as it is, the consular officers may seem indifferent and may be unwilling to give a reason for visa denial. Here […]

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Filling Out Chinese Visa Application Form

To avoid your China visa being rejected, applicants should figure out the best answers to the questions in the application form. Here are some tips for filling out a Chinese Visa Application Form. 1. Current Occupations and Employer/School Section 1.15 Current Occupations & Section 1.17 Employer/School: If you choose “Self-employed”, […]

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China Work Visa (Z)

Chinese work visa, or Z visa, is issued to foreigners who are going to China for a paid job offer or to undertake commercial entertainment performances in China. How long is the duration of stay of Chinese Z visa? This Z visa itself only allows a stay duration of 30 […]

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Which Degree to Teach English Abroad?

The basic usual teaching qualifications for the majority of TEFL‏‎ jobs are a degree and a 120 hr. TEFL Certificate. Although sometimes you can find work without a degree in some countries, this article looks at the type of degree which is best to have to teach English and which […]

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