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Regulations for Aliens, Overseas Chinese and Residents from H.K, Macao or Taiwan
2009-01-06
  •   Regulations for Aliens, Overseas Chinese and Residents from Hong Kong, Macao or Taiwan

     

    1.       For lodging in Wuhu, an alien, an overseas Chinese or a resident from Hong Kong, Macao or Taiwan or the host providing lodging shall, within 24 hours (72 hours in rural areas) of the lodger’s arrival, report to the local public security organ with the lodger’s valid exit-entry certificate (passport) and register for temporary accommodation.

    2.       An aliens holding such visas as D, Z, X, or J-1 shall, within 30 days of entry into China mainland, obtain an Alien Residence Permit from the Exit-Entry Administration Division of Wuhu Public Security Bureau.

    3.       Aliens or residents from Taiwan who need to prolong their stay or residence in Wuhu beyond the expiration of their visas (or endorsements) or residence permit shall apply to the Exit-Entry Administration Division of Wuhu Public Security Bureau for a new one before the expiration of their visas (or endorsements) or residence permit.

    4.       If the certificate or property of an alien, an overseas Chinese, or a resident from Hong Kong, Macao or Taiwan is lost or stolen, he/she shall immediately report it to the local public security organ, and then apply to Exit-Entry Administration Division of Wuhu Public Security Bureau for a new certificate or a “lost passport certificate” or “lost property certificate”.

    5.       Aliens, overseas Chinese, or residents from Hong Kong, Macao or Taiwan, at and above the age 16, shall carry with them exit-entry certificate (passport) at all time.

    6.       No aliens, overseas Chinese, or residents from Hong Kong, Macao or Taiwan are allowed to work in Wuhu without permission from the authorized departments of labor.

    7.       When his duties require, a public security officer may inspect exit-entry certificate (passport) of an alien, an overseas Chinese or a resident from Ho