Hahahaha ... :)
That PR ID looks familiar and fancy to me... seems like I've seen it somewhere..
Awwww, I have one....hee hee hee hee
Hahahahaha ... this is good enough for me :)
... this is the current generation ...
Hahahaha ... and apology to EVERYONE who had tried the above link ...
FYI, WLIB had made some (unnecessary) drastic changes to the URL structure of the forum threads, please try this one:
Right now, no. To me I can basically see it as being:
1. China want you there on a semi-permanent basis to do some contracting. They give you a green card so they don't have to deal with visas all the time
2. I don't really understand this one unless you are a spy and they want to protect you from extradition or something... but that seems far fetched.
3. GIVE CHINA MORE MONEY PLEASE
4. The same as every other countries thing where marrying gets your spouse and your kids a free pass.
To be honest, I can't see green cards for China being that popular for anything other than people who married someone chinese, business men who don't want to bother with visas and people who are doing contract work for the government.
I think the Swiss one is the toughest actually. Then probably the US. Other countries with point systems (Australia?) are probably kind of tough too. The Chinese one looks really easy to get ahold of. Chinese nationality might be really hard though. I know you are not allowed dual-nationality for a start.
Money shit is always the issue everywhere Kieran......
Governments are fucking business man indeed...
you forgot bullets I and II:
what about scientists
not interested in this at all. I prefer keep my nationallity. its forbidden to have dual citizenship in both usa and china.
I think if the truth must be told by us, most people would be interested to hold a permant residence where ever they're living.
It will save you from many hassling and squabling of the city. You can drop it when you dont need it.
For me, I am already qualified but not too happy about the discrimination in the Hukou thing. Seems not a one nation after-all.
uhm... no kidding I got one (category IV). Frigging nightmare to get it, but hey! Welcome to China
welcome to the jungle~lol...
What really hard to get is the citizenship of China (the hardness is nothing do to with the hardness for you to make the decision to get it), this card is comparatively easier.
fu bai. cough cough
hell no i wouldn't want one. i'd like to have one for every country. if i were rich enough why not?
what is a green card?