马来西亚工作签证延期

马来西亚工作签证延期

外籍人士到马来西亚工作都是需要申请工作签证才能够常时间待在马来西亚工作,而马来西亚工作签证都是有时间限制的,如果签证时间将接近截止日期,仍然需要继续留下工作,那就必须办理工作签证延期。那外籍人士如何在马来西亚办理工作签证延期呢?

 

 

  • 外籍人士工作签证延期办理基本要求:
  1. 确定的工作单位 (需提供公司名)
  2. 持有有效护照(有效的居留许可)
  3. 有效的外国人就业证
  4. 确定工作单位的有效劳动合同
  5. 男性一般18至60周岁,女性一般18至55周岁。

 

备注:如申请人超过60岁,几乎都会被拒签。但是如果申请人担任公司的高管、法定代表人或投资人,且符合一定条件的,仍可以办理延期。

 

  • 外籍人士工作签证续期所需提供以下材料:

 

  • 申请人所需提供的材料:
    • 申请人护照
    • 申请人就业证书
    • 申请人近期彩色护照照片
    • 有效的临时住宿登记表

 

  • 聘用单位公司所需提供的材料

 

  • 公司营业执照复印件(如为代表处,则提供代表处登记证)
  • 组织机构代码证复印件
  • 如是外资企业还需提供批准证书复印件
  • 代表处公司的代表证(如适用)
  • 申请人与聘用单位公司之间的劳动合同或派遣证明
  • 相关申请表以及主管机关要求的其他文件

 

三、马来西亚工作签证延期流程

马来西亚工作签证延期需要申请人提供相关材料给我们。接着,我们会将相关材料提交到移民局去进行审查,审查时间需要将近30天的工作时间。审查完毕后,移民局将开始进行申请人的工作签证延期程序,这程序需要将近60天的工作时间。最后全部程序完成后申请人将会得到成品。

 

四、联系我们


以上内容是为了让申请人更加了解关于工作签证续期的相关资料和所需准备的材料。如想了解更多关于申请马来西亚工作签证的问题,欢迎前来咨询登尼特(马来西亚)有限公司。我司将提供专业意见协助您申请马来西亚工作签证。如需进一步查询,欢迎随时拨打登尼特服务热线:马来西亚登尼特公司电话:+603-2141 8908,传真:+603-2141 8909,马来西亚登尼特网站:www.tannet.com.my 邮箱:mytannet@gmail.com。

 

Yiwu Company Incorporation

Yiwu Company Incorporation

There are several types of business setup in Yiwu, each serves different functions. We will be able to recommend the best company structure based on the requirements of the business owner.

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Common Types for Business Registration:

1. Wholly foreign owned enterprise (WFOE);

2. Representative office (RO);

3. Equity joint venture (EJV);

4. Foreign invested partnerships enterprise (FIPE).

 

Yiwu Company Incorporation -WFOE

The Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise, abbreviated WFOE, is a common investment vehicle for mainland Yiwu-based business. The unique feature of a WFOE is that involvement of a mainland Chinese investor is not required, unlike most other investment vehicles. WFOEs are limited-liability corporations organized by foreign nationals and capitalized with foreign funds. This can give greater control over the business venture in mainland Yiwu and avoid a multitude of problematic issues which can potentially result from dealing with a domestic joint venture partner.

 

Yiwu Company Incorporation -RO

A Chinese representative office (RO) is an institute setup in Yiwu, representing its parent corporate for liaison with Chinese counterparts. A RO is not considered to be a separate legal entity. It can not directly engage in business operation. However, through which its parent corporate can enter into contracts with its supplier/customers in Yiwu in its own name, but not under the name of RO. A representative office is popular for those who are willing to enter Yiwu at the test period of business and investment.

 

Yiwu Company Incorporation -EJV

The corporate form of an EJV is the limited liability company, which possesses the status of a Chinese legal person. It involves joint investment and operation and the sharing of profits and losses, as well as risks in proportion to the partners’ respective shares in the registered capital.

 

Yiwu Company Incorporation -FIPE

The Foreign Invested Partnership Enterprise (FIPE) is an unlimited liability business entity without minimum requirements on registered capital. A partnership in the People’s Republic of China is a business entity governed by the Partnership Enterprise Law passed by order of the President of the People’s Republic of China to authorize and govern partnership enterprises. A partnership is a type of business entity in which partners share with each other the profits or losses of the business undertaking in which all have invested.

 

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China Company Registration

China Company Registration

The governors of China’s provinces and autonomous regions and mayors of its centrally controlled municipalities are appointed by the central government in Beijing after receiving the nominal consent of the National People’s Congress. Therefore, doing business in China is based on the provincial laws and regulations.

Types of China Companies

a) Holdings Company d) Joint-Venture g) Unlimited Company
b) Limited Company e) Foreign-owned Enterprise h) Representative Office
c) Partnership  f) Domestic Enterprise  i) Self-employed

Application Conditions for China Companies

At least two shareholders aged above 18 years old and one local director, local registered address and registered local secretary. The authorized capital depends on the nature of business and must be paid up with a particular period, different company is given a different particular period.

Scope of Business for China Company

The scope of business for China company is restricted to its nature of the business and authorized capital. The scope of business is stated in the business license, the size of authorized capital determines the scope of the business. China government is gradually releasing the scope of business as long as the business is recognized by the laws and regulations in China. For any special businesses, must be conduct a prior pre-approval.

Special businesses included:-
Petrol Station, Oil Storage, Slaughtering, Educational, Auction Industry, Seals Industry,, Laws, Accounting Services, Employment Agency, Construction, Publishing and Printing, Cosmetics, Pharmaceuticals, Travel Agency, Medical Institution, Food Production, Insurance and Banking Industries, etc.

Procedures of China Company Formation

Company name search → Verification → Business license application → Organisation code certificate →
Tax registration certificate → Bank account opening → Tax account registration → Taxes approved →
Stamp duty Submission → Taxpayer verification → Tax agent verification → Payment for tax registration

Timeline

Company name search  –  5-7 working days
Authorized capital verification  –  1 working day
Business license application  –  15-20 working days
Supervision Quality Bureau  –  10-14 working days
Inland tax department  –  15-20 working days

Tannet has 10 branch offices in China to assist you in forming China companies. Our branch offices in:-

Shenzhen Guangzhou Quanzhou Yiwu Xiamen
Shanghai Beijing Chengdu Nanchang Shenyang

We have more services than the above mentioned such as Hong Kong Company Formation, Offshore Company Formation, Trading & Warehousing Services and China Contract Drafting, etc.

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China Trademark Assignment Recordation

China Trademark Assignment Recordation

Trademark (or service mark) assignment recordation is Transfer of one’s ownership of a mark to another person or entity. The prior owner (assignor) gives up all rights to the mark to the new owner (assignee), who is then expected to maintain the level of quality previously associated on the goods or services represented by the mark.

 

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A trademark is a form of property. You can sell, bequeath or transfer your rights to someone else through an assignment. To avoid ownership disagreements, you should formally tell the Registrar about changes in ownership. Besides, you should also tell the Registrar about anything else that affects who owns a trademark, such as a change of name or a business merger.

 

What is the requirement for the China trademark assignment recordation (trademark transfer ownership)?

The China trademark assignment recordation (trademark transfer ownership) can be performed for registered trademark only. The pending status of the trademark cannot be transfer ownership as the mark has not accepted and still not belong to the applicant.  The expired but restorable marks must be renewed before a change of ownership can be recorded.

 

What is the essential procedure of trademark assignment?

As what I have mentioned before, there are three ways of trademark assignment. No matter by which way the assignment of trademark occurred, the assignor and the assignee should go to the Trademark Office to go through the corresponding formalities of assignment. To specified that the trademark assignment must be approved by the China Trademark Office. If the assignor and the assignee don’t go to the China Trademark Office to go through the corresponding formalities of assignment and get the approval of the China Trademark Office, the trademark cannot be assigned from the owner to the other party.

 

What is the required document for assignment of a China trademark recordation?

We mainly introduce the required document for assignment of a trademark by a contract (Deed of Assignment). The required documents are as follows:

(1) The trademark assignment of contract (Deed of Assignment);

(2) The identified document (scanned copy is enough) of both assignor and assignee;

(3) The Power of Attorney.

 * All the document must be translated to Chinese.

 

How long it will take to go through the formalities of China trademark assignment recordation?

In general, it will take about 6 months to 12 months from filing an application for trademark assignment to getting the certificate of approval of trademark assignment issued by the China Trademark Office.

 

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A Guide for China Trademark Registration

A Guide for China Trademark Registration

Step 1.

Find TANNET to assist you with registering your trademark. TANNEThelps to conduct an official search of existing trademarks and their status, both by using the official database and by filing with the CTMO. TANNET is also important because your application must include a Chinese translation.

Step 2.

Identify the laws which regulate trademark registration between your country and China.

Step 3.

Determine the classification of commodities under which you will register your trademark and the scope of your trademark claims.

Step 4.

Ensure that your trademark adheres to Chinese laws and restrictions.

Step 5.

If your trademark has been registered first in another country, you are eligible for a right of priority in China (6 months from the day filed in a foreign country).

Step 6.

Apply for registration with the China Trademark Office (CTMO). The application shall undergo a preliminary examination (to determine document authenticity), followed by a substantive examination. If it passes these examinations, the Trademark Office will publish the application, which, if not opposed, will be registered after three months.

Attention:

Registration of a trademark is a rigorous work. It is better to choose a qualifiedagency which could guarantee your lawful rights for your company, and HongKong TANNET Group Limited will be the one to help you with registration of Chinese Trademark and Hongkong, patents and ISBN.

 

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