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  1. I am trying to get China Police Clarence Certificate for foreigner who has worked in China. But this seems to be most difficult task. I have followed undermentioned instructions which is written on the DIMA Website, but here in China it seems to be impossible to get it. Can anybody please help me who has already taken this certificate from China Guangdong, Guangzhou Province Please find the undermentioned information for getting police clearance certificate from Local Province. Relevant document – ‘Notary Certificate of No Criminal Convictions’ Apply Applicants (or authorised person) must apply in person at the Notary Public Office in the province/city/district of previous residence in China. Obtain the “No Criminal Convictions Certificate” from the local police station. Application by mail will not be accepted Provide: Citizens original ID card, original Permanent Residence Registration (hukou) booklet, original ‘No Criminal Convictions’ certificate (wu fan zui zheng ming) from the Personal Dossier Department, and authorisation letter (if applying via a third party). To obtain the ‘No Criminal Convictions’ certificate from Personal Dossier Department, applicants must apply with the following documents: original ID card, original file card (cun tang ka), and the authorisation letter (if applying via a third party) Non-citizens original passport (or copy of passport, original Temporary Residence Card (ju liu zheng) or Temporary Residence Permit, original Police Clearance certificate (wu fan zui ji lu zheng ming) from the Chinese Public Security Bureau (PSB), and authorisation letter (if applying via a third party cable). To obtain the Police Clearance certificate from the PSB, non-citizens must provide the following documents: original passport(s) (or copy of passport(s) – including both the current passport and any old passports in which the Chinese visa was attached, a letter from the work unit or university/school where the non-citizen worked or studied while in China, and an authorisation letter (if applying via a third party). The PSB will only issue Police Clearance certificates to applicants with Z (Work), X (Student) and J1 (Journalist) visa classes. Holders of other classes of visa will need to enquire directly with the PSB for local procedures to obtain police clearance certificates Note Application procedures may differ slightly between different provinces, districts or cities. Applicants are encouraged to confirm the procedure directly with the local PSB and/or Public Notary Office. Obtain a notarised translation of the certificate. Provide both the original and notarised translation of the “No Criminal Convictions Certificate” to the office processing the application.
  2. While I was searching for IT jobs I saw this sentence at the end of the ad You must have a SECRET clearance to apply. What does it mean .. sounds to me it means Australian Citizen ... It looks like all the job ads have this sentence ... does it mean that nobody is getting an IT job unless they are an Australian citizen, And if so, how could one get a job after being 4 or 5 years out of the field working in pizza delivery or so ?? I wonder how come Canberra's government sponsors IT specialists for coming to ACT while knowing they are not going to have a job ??? Regards Roky
  3. While I was searching for IT jobs I saw this sentence at the end of the ad You must have a SECRET clearance to apply. What does it mean .. sounds to me it means Australian Citizen ... It looks like all the job ads have this sentence ... does it mean that nobody is getting an IT job unless they are an Australian citizen, And if so, how could one get a job after being 4 or 5 years out of the field working in pizza delivery or so ?? I wonder how come Canberra's government sponsors IT specialists for coming to ACT while knowing they are not going to have a job ??? Regards Roky
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