Chengdu Launches New Exit-entry Policies

Authors: Li Gen


Chengdu started June 1 implementing new exit-entry policies, which provide greater conveniences for foreigners involving their entry, stay and permanent residence in the city.
One day later, the office hall of the Division of Exit & Entry Administration, Chengdu Municipal Public Security Bureau, was crowded with applicants from different countries across the world. Tang Yu, a Chinese American, after getting his academic degrees in the US, had been teaching in the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China in Chengdu. His Chinese identity gave him a strong sense of belonging, and he has been trying to get the Chinese "green card" but has so far failed according to previous regulations. However, the new policies enable him to get permanent residence in Chengdu, and he was excited at the news and submitted his application immediately.
Besides Tang Yu, a Costa Rican senior executive at Intel Chengdu, a Malaysian golf coach, a Japanese couple from Sichuan Conservatory University and some other foreigners came to the hall to consult the staff about relevant details on the new policies.
The policies, a move to make Chengdu a more international and an innovation-driven city, and to attract the world's best minds, offer more ways for foreigners and overseas Chinese to apply for permanent residence. In addition, they make visa application more convenient for foreign intellectuals to work in the city, and encourage foreign students to start their own businesses here.

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