We apply, you receive
Work Visa Application
HROne submits all applications materials to the appropriate government authorities.
The approved visa is delivered to you in a timely manner.
Work Visa Made Easy
Why choose HROne for work visa services?
At HROne, we understand that obtaining work visas for your employees can be a complex and time-consuming process. That’s why we are here to simplify it for you. With our dedicated Work Visa Processing Service, we offer a range of benefits that set us apart:
Expertise and Experience:
HROne has extensive knowledge and experience in navigating the intricacies of work visa applications. We stay up to date with the latest immigration laws and regulations to ensure a smooth and successful process.
Time is of the essence when it comes to work visas. Our streamlined approach and efficient processes ensure that your employees' visa applications are handled promptly and with utmost attention to detail.
Compliance and Accuracy:
Visa applications require meticulous documentation and adherence to legal requirements. Our team ensures that all paperwork is accurate, complete, and compliant with the immigration regulations of the respective country.
Work Visa Step-by-Step
Original documents scans collected, translated and China certified.
Documents scans digitally sent to the government for green light.
In Person Submission
Original documents shown at the HR Bureau and issuance of work permit processing issued.
Work Visa Compliance in China
Working with a Work Visa
Working under a valid work visa in China is of utmost importance for individuals seeking employment opportunities in the country. China has strict regulations and a well-defined system for issuing work visas, known as the Z visa, which ensures that foreign workers comply with the country’s labor laws and contribute to its economy in a legal and regulated manner.
Frequently Asked Questions
A work visa, also known as a Z visa, is a document that allows foreign nationals to legally work in China.
To qualify for a work visa in China, you typically need to have a job offer from a Chinese employer, meet the specific qualifications and requirements for the job, and obtain an employment license issued by the Chinese government.
The specific requirements may vary based on the type of work visa and the applicant’s nationality. Generally, you will need a valid passport, a completed visa application form, a health examination certificate, a job offer letter or employment contract, and other supporting documents.