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【Learning and Exchanges 】Entry and Exit Police officers "Made an Effective Prescription" —— Training Meeting on Laws and Regulations for Entry and Exit of Foreign Personnel was Held in our School
2020.01.23International Cooperation and Communication Center


In order to let our overseas students further familiar with China's laws and regulations and better adapt to the study and life in China, recently, the International Cooperation and Exchange Center of our university specially invited the Entry Exit Administration Bureau of Xi'an Public Security Bureau to hold "Exit and Entry Laws and Regulations Training Meeting" for foreign students studying in our school. All overseas students and foreign teachers' representatives participated in this training.


At the beginning of the training meeting, the director of the International Office, teacher Shen Yun introduced the purpose of the activity and the guests present.  Subsequently, the chief of External Management Section of Xi'an Entry Exit Administration, Dai Jun Feng welcomed the overseas students to study in the ancient capital Xi'an, and told them to abide by the relevant laws and regulations of China, as well as the rules and regulations of the school, and pay attention to personal and property safety.


The main training content of the meeting was explained by the police officer Wang Hui of the Exit and Entry Administration. Police officer Wang elaborated from three aspects: relevant laws and regulations on entry and exit, matters needing attention of foreigners coming to China, and important contact way, covering visa processing, residence permit, employment, travel, etc.


At the end of the training, the foreign teachers and overseas students exchanged with the exit and entry police officers on real-life issues such as permanent residence, accommodation registration, and emergencies.


Through this training, our foreign teachers and overseas students have the opportunity to communicate face-to-face with police officers who have issued certificates for them, and also have the opportunity to learn more about entry and exit laws and regulations of China, and take precautions against possible problems.




Contributed by the International Office