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Chinese Emigration Intermediary Agency Laws

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The emigration intermediary agencies in China play an indispensable role in the realisation of the right to leave and return (RLR). The need of guidance in going abroad provided by intermediary agencies, especially given China’s long period of being a closed country, is considerable. Emigration intermediary agencies also help clients on arrival in the host country, through reception services in-situ that ease concern about arrival and initial integration after successful application for a visa. An advanced body of emigration intermediary agency law can enhance the role of Chinese emigration agencies in realising RLR. This chapter considers: (i) why the Chinese government regulates emigration intermediary agencies; (ii) the development of emigration intermediary agency laws; and (iii) the issues arising from emigration intermediary agency laws.

Keywords: Chinese emigration agencies; emigration intermediary agency law; right to leave and return (RLR)



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