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|Jun 3, 2008 23:48|
|Is DUI a criminal offence these days or just a public nuisance??????|
|Jun 3, 2008 23:53|
|You're not likely to get to drive in China and I don't think DUI is an offence here. At least it doesn't seem to deter intoxicated drivers from getting behind the wheel. |
Sorry I can't answer your question but they are not likely to do a criminal check on you if everything else about your application is satisfactory.
Unless someone else has any relevant information.
|Jun 4, 2008 10:30|
|Just apply for the visa and say nothing. Sure there are laws on DUI but they are seldom enforced, just like most laws in China! If you are a member of a minority ethnic group which believes in honesty at all costs, declare the DUI, but it will not be an issue........... unless u are unlucky enough to get a new recruit who is following the rule book ........ So just bloody keep quiet, ok?|
|Jun 28, 2008 11:12|
|maybe it depends on what kind of visa? A year long visa might be different than a simple tourist visa. I was convicted of a crime but I went to China as a tourist last year (before they had the question about a criminal record) I thought nothing of it. I got to go to China but maybe if you want to work there you would be denied after a search.|
|Jan 6, 2010 01:24|
|GUEST87220||yeah but I have misdemeanor stalking. I want to teach. should I admit it or keep quiet. Of course if no check is done AND no police certificate is required that's a different story.|
|Jan 6, 2010 05:41|
|Pease check for other threads where this has been discussed in detail. The general view is that there is no check.|
Previous post.......get an L visa to teach..... L visa to visit as a tourist, to work, a Z visa only an L visa will put you outside the law.......has Michael really handled things so well?
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