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Pakistanis professionals may get Chinese long-term visa: Officials


1/7/2018

BEIJING, Jan 7 (INP): Highly professional talented Pakistani people engaged with China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) will have the opportunity to get long term visa from the Chinese government

According to the Chinese Authorities, under the new visa’s policy, foreigners including Pakistanis will be able to have longer stay in China on the basis of their talents and worth.
 
The CPEC has opened doors for many people to get employment in the areas of high professional skill and contribute their role, making the socio-economic collaborative partnership successful.
 
There is bright prospects that the CPEC will further strengthen Pakistan China relationship and bring prosperity and stability to the region. Jobs, development, growth, projects and economic stability could be seen in Pakistan because of this flagship project.
 
Under the new visa policy, China is issuing a long-term visa for five to ten years to highly talented foreign people.
 
These highly skilled workers from abroad will be asked to enter and work in China in exchange for acquiring multi-entry visas.
 
More than 50,000 foreigners will be allowed to enter in China for more than five years.
 
China’s first Certificate for Foreign High-end Talent is issued by Beijing bureau of the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs. In order to apply for five or ten-year multiple entry visas, this certificate is essential.
 
In China, there is quite strict immigration policy. Most of the foreigners who work in China, they continuously renew their visa on yearly basis. So now this new policy will hopfuly increase foreign experts in China especially in areas of science and technology.
 
It seems that China is clear about its future. The long-term planning has been done and the economic and social goals have been set. Now the country wants to recruit absolutely the best people and experts from abroad to achieve its set targets.
 
Source: Qudrat.pk