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Help issue invoice fapiao for expats housing rental/ apartment rental invoice

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Many expats live in Shanghai of China and they can receive housing allowance which cover all or part of  rental for their residence. In Shanghai, getting expats housing stipend is important. Expats’ reimbursement requires  “fapiao” (means invoice which is an official receipt from the government) that shows that taxes have been paid by the more »

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Make Temporary Residence Registration for expats in Shanghai China

register temporary residence permit in Shanghai for foreigners Temporary Residence Registration

You Must Know China  Temporary Residence Registration for foreigers For all foreigners to visit or live in China, one important legal requirement to follow is to register a temporary residence at the local police station within 24 hours of arrival, 24hours some police station say 48hours anyway do not make it late. Currently, there is a more »

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The knowledge for expats to know about renting flat in Shanghai

How to rent an apartment in Shanghai

Different from rent apartment in America or Europe, it is common in China or in Shanghai that apartments can be rented out fully furnished , and they are even ready for immediate moving in.  Inner styles however vary significantly depending on who are the landlords and how they  tried to appeal to .   more »

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Key Tips & Takeaways to Rent an Apartment in Shanghai

How to rent an apartment in Shanghai?

 Key Tips & Takeaways to Rent an Apartment in Shanghai   Shanghai- a city that never stops and never sleeps! Every year, umpteen expatriates flock to this glamorous business capital of China to seek lucrative employment opportunities and enjoy top-tier lifestyle. If you too are planning to live in this vibrant metropolis and are more »

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144h Transit-residence permit

144 Hour Visa Free Transit policy and residence permit

It is approved by the State Council. in Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, and Guangdong international travelers, passengers from 53 countries or regions to transit in the above cities or provinces for no more than 144 hours (6 days) without holding a visa. Passengers are required to enter and leave from the eligible transit ports only, but more »

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