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Fine on hotel for reception of illegal stay
2012-September-14 Source: Newsgd.com
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In July, a hotel in Foshan City was imposed with fine of RMB 5,000 for receiving three foreigners without valid visa. The police found this hotel admitted the stay of three foreigners, and the visas of two foreigners had expired, but the hotel did not report to the police as required by law. Therefore, the hotel was fined RMB 5,000 according to Guangdong Provincial Tentative Regulation on Foreigners Administration ("Regulation"). This is the first fine imposed on hotel since the implementation of the Regulation.

A kind reminder to the foreigners who are coming to China: it is advisable to check the validity of your passport, visa and other ID documents. If the validity has expired, you should renew it or otherwise you will be declined reception and encounter other troubles, such as deny of entry or expulsion according to the Regulation.

(This information is provided by Lawyer Kelly Xie from Guangdong KaiTong Law Firm in friendship. It is not any legal opinion or legal grounds addressed to any organization or individual. For inquiry, please contact Kelly via email at Kelly_xie@ktlf.com.cn or by phone on 13926185641.)


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