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FAQ


• Do I need a student visa?
If you are studying for a course lasting more than six months, you will need to use the following documents to apply for a student visa (X visa), at your nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate:
• Your Admission Notice (issued by GCU if you meet the entry requirements)
• Visa application for Study in China (JW202/201 Form)
• Your Foreigner Physical Examination Form
 
If you are coming to China to study for no more than six months, you may qualify to apply a visit visa (F visa). You will not need to obtain a student visa (X visa) in advance of travelling.
 
P.S. We cannot guarantee that you will be granted a student visa. You need to consult your nearest Chinese Embassy or Consulate for detailed information.
 
• How can I apply for a Residence Permit?
Once you arrive in China, students with X visa are required to apply for a Residence Permit within 30 days of entry to China.
 
Violation to this will lead to a fine by the Division of Exit & Entry Administration Department of Public Security of Guangdong Province (Immigration Office). Compliance with this requirement is your responsibility.
 
All students are required to submit the following documents at the International Education & Communication Center of GCU before applying for the Residence Permit at the Division of Exit & Entry Administration Department of Public Security of Guangdong Province (Immigration Office).
 
Required documents for application for Residence Permit include: Passport, Admission Notice, Passport Photo, JW202form/JW201Form, Visa Application Form, Visa Application Proof, Temporary Residence Permit, A Health Checkup Results, Copy ofJW202Form/JW201Form, the Page Copy of the Day of Entering China, the Page Copy of Personal Information, Receipt of Visa Application.
 
Students who have obtained Residence Permit in other cities of China must come and register in GCU before the expired day, and go through the procedures of visa extension with Study Statement or Course-Completion Certificate issued by your former school.
 
The university is obliged to notify Division of Exit & Entry Administration Department of Public Security of Guangdong Province (Immigration Office) if you breach any visa conditions, change your course, intermit (request a leave or absence), discontinue your studies or make any changes affecting the duration of your study.
 
Both self-supported students and scholarship holders should pay for any fees related to visa issue.

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