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Started by Parker Aug 15, 2010.
My sons are 7 & 9Will be starting 2nd & 4th gradeWould love to find weekend sports or activities for them.... it'd be BEST if it were with other kids .... like them.They're in school class…Continue
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i see, i think i might talk to the government when the time due. it's just a bit sad that they can not hold two ID at the same time .....
As we will stay here for a long time , i think Chinese ID will be a good choice .
I hope the CN government hasn't brought you much troule about this.
Thanks again !:)
I would suggest speaking with your countries embassy as it is complicated. Personally, I do not have a problem with my daughter being Chinese or English, she will decided that later herself. My 2nd daughter though, will only hold the British passport and certification, this is because I do not want to pay the fine (1 child policy). There are disadvantages of this though, as we will live here for the many years, so she will have to get visas each year just like I do, and she will have to pay more to get into schools and for education. Really, it is only having to do the visa every year that bugs me. There are pros and cons for both, but if you just have only the 1 child, it should be fine getting the Chinese certification now, and later getting the other from New Zealand. The government would not kick out your child at any age regardless, as they generally try to help keep families together I am told.
Do you think it will be a good idea that the kid takes his/or father's nationality? and when they grow up like 5 years old they need to get out of the border in whatever time the government reqired ? i am just afraid that in the future it will be hard for the kid to change the passport.
Thx so much to GNM & MH !
Hello Agnes, i think maybe HK will be easier !
Hi Rebecca, MH is very much correct. First you make chinese ID. Make sure you put your baby's name in chinese on birth certificate.I had faced very big trouble by putting her name in english, Then i made her indian passport. After two years my chinese family suggested me to make her chinese id cos she will be staying in china for most of the time. I tried everything.. But finally i had to surrender her passport and make new birth certificate with chinese name.. and that is not so easy. And now some documents are showing english name and some are chinese name - thats going to give trouble in near future.
Hi Rebecca, you would need to get the Chinese birth certificate, ID, passport etc first. The Chinese government do not accept dual nationality so it cannot be done the other way around. If they find out you have 2, you would have to give up one of them. This is the way I did it for my 1st daughter anyway.
Hey, i have been married for 1 year and a half and my husband is a New zealander , i wonder , if we have kids, which nationality is easier to get ! i think in china can not get 2 at the same time .
Hello, everyone! I am new here,and my fiance is from Sri Lanka.We are planning to start our new life of 2012 in GZ. I worked in a big furniture factory before as project coordinator.And my fiance is doing MBA at present. He studied in Russian before.Hope to make friends here .
Congrats Yohan. Best wishes to you and the family.
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