Applicants holding Z-visa shall submit work permit certificates issued by local competent departments of human resources and social security, Foreign Experts Bureau or other competent departments as well as certificates issued by their employer.
Entry holders of other types of visas shall also submit certification materials that meet the requirements and requirements of foreign high-level talents, specialized talents in urgent need and investors as determined by the competent authorities of the Chinese government. Foreign high-level talents, specialized talents in urgent need and investors can be issued residence certificates with a period of residence not exceeding five years. A residence permit with a period of residence not exceeding two years may be issued to a person working in a reputable record-keeping Company; For other persons, a residence permit with a residence period not exceeding one year may be issued.
Resident Permit for Study：
Applicants holding the X1 visa shall submit the letter indicating the period of study and the admission or admission certificate of the school; Entry holders of other types of visas shall also submit certification materials issued by the competent authorities. A residence permit in accordance with the period of study specified by the university may be issued.
If a foreigner holding a residence permit for study needs to work part-time or do an internship outside the school, he/she shall apply to the exit/entry administration authority of the public security organ for annotation in his/her residence permit after obtaining the consent of the school he/she is studying and submitting a letter of approval from the school he/she is studying and the internship company.
Resident Permit for Journalists：
J1 visa holders shall submit a letter issued by the foreign affairs department of the provincial government and a press card issued after verification. A residence permit with a residence period not exceeding one year can be issued.
Resident Permit for Reunion：
For those who enter China with Q1 visa, they shall submit the identity certificate of the person to be visited and a letter explaining the relationship between family members. Aliens holding other types of visas shall also submit proof of family relationship.
1. A person <18 year of age*or >60 years of age, can apply for residence validity of up to 3 years each time;
2. A person > 18 years of age, < 60 years of age, can apply for residence validity of up to 2 years. *For persons under 18, the expiration date of residence shall not exceed the date of their 18 years of age. For Chinese of foreign nationality or overseas Chinese who foster children under the age of 18 in China, the foster trustee may apply for residence certificates on behalf of them to the Exit and Entry Administration authorities of public security organs in their place of domicile or main place of living. Documents required:
(1) Copies of the applicant's birth certificate and passports of his or her foreign parents shall be submitted;
(2) If either or both parents are Chinese, copies of the certificate of residence abroad shall also be submitted;
(3) The letter of entrustment of the applicant's parents or the letter of entrustment of the foster trustee shall indicate the entrusted fostering or guardian and the duration of foster care, etc.;
(4) Certificate of permanent residence or residence certificate of more than 6 months of actual residence and resident id card of the trustee.
Theresidence permit can be valid for up to 3 years, and the expiration date of the residence permit cannot exceed the age of 18.
Resident Permit for Personal Affairs:
For those who enter China with S1 visa, the visiting personnel shall submit the letter explaining the relationship between relatives (spouse, parents, spouse's parents, children under the age of 18) and residence certificate issued by the visited person. They can issue a residence permit consistent with the length of stay in China.
Other personnel shall submit certification materials related to handling private affairs. A residence permit with a residence period not exceeding one year can be issued.
For those who hold other types of visas, the visiting personnel shall submit the letter issued by the visited person, residence certificate and relationship certificate of relatives (spouse, parents, spouse's parents, children under 18 years old). They can issue a residence permit consistent with the length of stay in China.
Those who have humanitarian reasons shall submit relevant certification materials, and may issue a residence permit with a residence period of no more than one year.
Chinese with foreign nationality who have reached the age of 60 and purchased real estate in China shall submit a real estate certificate under their own name or a notarized house sale contract and proof of economic sources.
Foreigners who receive medical assistance or services within The territory of China shall submit a certificate of hospitalization for at least six months or a certificate of receiving medical services issued by a local medical institution at or above the county level or grade TWO or above.