Ten Ideas for Reforming China’s Immigration System

npcWith the country’s economic surge, made possible by reform and opening up, China has gone from almost exclusively out-migration to bustling two-way migration.

The Exit-Entry Administration Law, enacted in 2012, made strides towards updating the immigration system. The law focuses on regularizing exit, entry, and residence of foreigners. It reflects a desire to import high-level foreign and returned Chinese professionals and entrepreneurs valuable to the country’s scientific and economic development.

But there’s much more to be done. Here are ten ideas for reforming China’s immigration law system in ways that serve the national interest. Some are big, some small. Continue reading “Ten Ideas for Reforming China’s Immigration System”