Police in Beijing held a fake casting in order to find foreign models working without authorization in China, according to online industry pubications Fashionista and The Business Model. As many as 60 models were arrested during the May 8 sting at M3, a modeling agency located in Jianwai Soho. Many were from Russia and Ukraine. Continue reading “60 Foreign Models Allegedly Scooped up in Beijing Sting, Now Deported”
The Exit-Entry Administration of the Shanghai Public Security Bureau (PSB) has published a booklet outlining visa and residence permit requirements and procedures. Continue reading “Shanghai “Visa & Residence Permit Information” Booklet”
CBS News reports on U.S. pilots recruited to work in China while the local airlines industry completes the long-term project of training up its own pilots.
Much of the U.S. Government is closed for business because Congress and the President have failed to enact legislation authorizing spending to continue effective October 1, which is the first day of the fiscal year. How will this impact visa processing in China? Continue reading “U.S. Government Shutdown: How Will It Impact Visa Processing in China?”
The U.S. generally employs a “double-check” system for nonimmigrants to be admitted to the country. First, you must apply for a visa at a U.S. Consulate. Second, you must apply for admission to the U.S. at a port of entry. Continue reading “Visa vs. I-94 (Departure Record): What’s the Difference?”