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Q: work permit notification cancelaation

Hi, I would like to ask your help regarding a situation I am in right now. I had been offered a job at a company situated in shanghai, sent in all the necessary documents and got the work permit notification. I terminated the offer for some reasons. Now, I have another application on process and told me to confirm them when the withdrawn of the previous application is done. for the previous one, I signed and sent the cancellation form upon asking and requested them to let me know when my application is withdrawn. But the previous company is not responding anymore. Will you please tell me, how I may know, whether my work permit notification is canceled or not? and what is the process to cancel the work permit notification rather than the work permit, are they the same? or otherwise? Thank you so much for your help.

1 week 4 days ago in  Visa & Legalities - Shanghai

 
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Nobody can tell you that ....'except, (IMO)' ... because you signed contract with company, which applied for your WP (with your signed contract!) and started process to get your WP.

Contract, you signed has stipulated terms of cancelation and ... changing your mind because of higher pay isn't the one, so your cancelation isn't justified by party A.

I would say, you will most likely experience problems at getting new WP, but let see what happened.

 

'except, (IMO)':

SAFEA (Foreign Expert Bureau) approved your WP and can certainly tells you where do you stand, so I suggest you ask them about cancelation of your WP.

Enter 'SAFEA' in search above for thread with SAFEA's addresses and contact numbers all around China.

Dial them up and ask about your WP.

These are addresses and phone no. of provincial SAFEA HQ. You will most likely encounter Chinese English speaking agent.

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Nobody can tell you that ....'except, (IMO)' ... because you signed contract with company, which applied for your WP (with your signed contract!) and started process to get your WP.

Contract, you signed has stipulated terms of cancelation and ... changing your mind because of higher pay isn't the one, so your cancelation isn't justified by party A.

I would say, you will most likely experience problems at getting new WP, but let see what happened.

 

'except, (IMO)':

SAFEA (Foreign Expert Bureau) approved your WP and can certainly tells you where do you stand, so I suggest you ask them about cancelation of your WP.

Enter 'SAFEA' in search above for thread with SAFEA's addresses and contact numbers all around China.

Dial them up and ask about your WP.

These are addresses and phone no. of provincial SAFEA HQ. You will most likely encounter Chinese English speaking agent.

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Try SAFEA just as Icniff says but be aware that in the even of you being illegally employed, as far as I understand, it may turn against you. Also, you cannot get any chance to be employed by your prospective employer unless you have that cancelation dully provided. 

 

Also, let us know about your old emplyer, a scammer seemingly, and of course a note inhere to know how you did it. All the best and don't get panicked. 

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