If you’ve ever considered teaching English in China, there’s a lot to learn, from finding a position to arranging a work visa. But you’ll also need to think of another thing: speaking the language of your new home. After all, you’ll be there for 1 to 2 years! Plus, there are a lot of benefits that comes with learning a new language!
Moving to a new country can be a daunting thought, especially when you realize that you'll have to jump through a bunch of hoops to get fully legalized documents as well as multiple permits. These processes aren't difficult, it's just difficult to find accurate information about what exactly it is that you need to do. Over the years, we have created resources to help you through different processes in regards to moving abroad. That being said, we've created an infographic that takes you step-by-step through the work permit and residence permit processes.
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