Chinese Police Intensify Crackdown on Illegal Korean Immigrants

Write : 2017-03-20 17:58:41 Update : 2017-03-20 18:24:04

Chinese Police Intensify Crackdown on Illegal Korean Immigrants

Chinese police have recently beefed up crackdowns on illegal South Korean immigrants and workers amid Beijing's retaliation against Seoul over its deployment of a U.S. THAAD antimissile system.

South Korean communities in Guangzhou and Shenzhen in Guangdong Province reported on Monday that local authorities have been targeting Korean restaurants and residential areas and using their stop and search powers to check passports and permits.

Foreigners who stay at unregistered accommodations in China are required to take their lease contract, their ID and the building owner's ID to a police office within 24 hours to apply for a residence permit.

However, owners of unauthorized lodgings are often reluctant to cooperate with the application process to avoid getting taxed. 

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