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Entry/Exit Service Center for Foreigners in Shunyi District

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Promoted and carried out by different departments such as the department of public security, business, human social security, overseas Chinese affairs and education in Beijing, "ten new policies" mainly target at four groups, specifically, high-level foreign talents in the service sector of Chaoyang and Shunyi Districts, foreign members in start-up teams and foreign management and technical talents, Chinese of foreign nationality and foreign young students, and provide a better environment of entry/exit and residence for foreign talents applying for permanent residence, long-term visa and port visa in China.

Among them, located in the Beijing Airport Economic Zone and adjacent to working and living areas concentrated by foreigners such as Beijing Capital International Airport, Tianzhu Comprehensive Bonded Zone and Wenyu River Central Villa District, Entry/Exit Service Center for Foreigners in Shunyi District, with the specific location at Floor 1 and 2 in the former office building of Beijing Customs in Shunyi and a total area of 3,000 square meters, is committed to providing foreigners in Shunyi with services including "permanent residency, long-term and port visa and individual income tax payment".

The unveiling of Entry/Exit Service Center for Foreigners in Shunyi District has injected new vigor to the development of the service sector in Shunyi. Relevant departments will continue to enhance the business training of employees, improve their service abilities and level, increase publicity, make accurate recommendation for service target, make policies more influential, ensure the fully implementation of policies and give play to the pivotal role of the service center in order to contribute the power of Shunyi to gathering high-level foreign talents, further opening up the service sector in the capital and speeding up the "Four Centers" construction of the capital.

Source: eBeijing.gov.cn
Date: 2017-06-01