Lost Your Work Permit? Here's What To Do!

February 1







Disclaimer: this is an edited article taken from Kudosbay酷豆湾For the original article: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/JeQHxLrppq0vF8_fqWB0jQ



Lost Work Permit:

Procedure for Reapplying



As a foreigner working in , your two most valuable documents that you especially want to keep safe are your Passport and your Work Permit Card.


We previously published a video about what to do when in China:



But, what if you’ve lost your work permit card?


The good news is that the application for replacing your lost work permit card is less complicated than getting a new passport. You also do not need to submit all the supporting documentation required for first-time applicants.



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Procedure:


1) Declaration of Loss Foreign Work Permit Card:


The employer shall first make a declaration of loss by logging in to http://fwp.safea.gov.cn/, select “Applying for Declaration of Loss” on the left list of the home page, and file the re-issuance application.


The person responsible for HR should fill in an electronic re-issuance application form. They will need to print it out and stamp it with the company’s seal (chop) before uploading it on the online system (non- proof materials need to provided with Chinese translation). At this stage, your company will also need to give a formal loss certificate, ideally in Chinese. This is also likely needed to be uploaded to the System.


SAFEA Website

Lost Your Work Permit? Here's What To Do!

Image Source: http://fwp.safea.gov.cn/


Application form After Printing and Executing Sample

Lost Your Work Permit? Here's What To Do!

Image Source: SAFEA


Formal Loss Certificate Sample

Lost Your Work Permit? Here's What To Do!

Image Source: SAFEA


2) Online pre-screen and acceptance:


During the second step of the process, authorities will conduct a pre-screening of the application and if accepted proceed to the next step after about five working days. If it’s accepted you may continue to step 3. If it’s not accepted, the likely reason is that some documents need correcting.


3) Review:


Once your application is pre-approved, your company should submit original documents to the relevant government agency for a final round of checks. Category A work permit holders may skip this step.


4) Re-issue of FWP card:


SAFEA shall review the application materials and make the final decision within ten working days from the date of acceptance. (5 working days for Category A applicants)



Reminder:


  1. The same process applies if your work permit card is damaged (e.g. cut in half, scratched, etc.) In that case, however, you will also need to provide the original card to authorities when submitting your re-issuance application.


  2. The applicant shall collect the new China work permit (when The System indicates “Information Verified”) at the accepting agency with the e-receipt of “Acceptance Notice on China Work Permit Application” and ID Card of the handler (the Employer’s Power of Attorney is required when the handler is not the one registered in the System).


Lost Your Work Permit? Here's What To Do!




SourceJulian, Ikbal & Jatin via 

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