As Startup Visas in Major Chinese Cities Prove Successful, Expect Nationwide Roll-out

Over the past few years, China has increasingly promoted the concept of “mass entrepreneurship and innovation” and implemented policies to promote it nationwide. Now, China is extending the target audience of this concept to include foreign nationals. Shanghai Municipal Public Security Bureau, as early as in May 2018, had already launched a brand-new “private affairs”

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Shanghai Govt. U-Turns on Hukou Cancellation Policy After Outcry

Investment Migration Insider last week reported that Shanghai’s municipal government had announced it would instate, by May 1st, a policy of canceling the hukou (household registration) of Shanghai residents found to have obtained a permanent residence permit abroad. Read: China to Forcibly Cancel Household Registration of Chinese Holding Foreign Residence Permits Following a series of strong reactions,

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China to Forcibly Cancel Household Registration of Chinese Holding Foreign Residence Permits

In a story that has alarmed hundreds of thousands of overseas Chinese, the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government has issued a statement on its official WeChat account in which it informs readers that Chinese nationals holding a foreign permanent residence permit (PR) will have to cancel their Shanghai hukou (户口 – household registration) or have it forcibly

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Fall 2017 Asian Investment Migration Conference Circuit: Reporting Schedule

Conferences in the investment migration business are predominantly concentrated in the spring and the fall, and overwhelmingly in Asia. When sketching out the overview of this autumn’s Conference Bonanza earlier this year, I wrote the following: “Second citizenship and residence professionals from right across the globe will literally make hundreds of millions of dollars worth

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Mainland China’s 4 Most Important B2B Investment Migration Conferences

The Chinese investment migration market is, by a wide margin, the world’s largest. Credible and conservative estimates put the number of Chinese nationals emigrating by way of investment at 25,000 a year, a number growing at a double-digit clip annually as virtually every Chinese family who can afford it wants to either send their children

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