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Hi Charles! China visa regulations state that a male must be between the ages of 18-60, while a female's age range is 18-55. Please note, if you would turn one of these ages during the length of your visa, China will not issue the visa. For example, if a man is 59 and his 60th birthday would occur during his year overseas, China would not issue the visa. I hope this information helps. Sincerely...

Hello, thanks for your interest in our program. Unfortunately, due to local visa requirements, only passport holders of the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa (for China only), China, Indonesia or Russia can be considered for our job openings. I appreciate your understanding

Hi Lori! It is possible to secure a dependent visa for your child to come to China. Of course, you'll want to be sure to consider how to provide for all of your child's needs here in China. Education, for example, may only be possible through private schooling, which can be quite expensive. Sincerely, Erica Fairchild

Hi Terry! China visa regulations state that a male must be between the ages of 18-60, while a female's age range is 18-55. Please note, if you would turn one of these ages during the length of your visa, China will not issue the visa. For example, if a man is 59 and his 60th birthday would occur during his year overseas, China would not issue the visa. I hope this information helps. Sincerely...

According to their site, it is a requirement. Here's the link for more info:

You can definitely apply as a couple. We have lots of couples working for us here. It’s a good idea to state that on your application form. Generally the regional manager will try to place couples near but not in the same school as each other.

Hello - yes, a degree is required. For a list of requirements for teaching English in China, please read more here: http://www.englishfirst.com/ESL-Jobs/teacher-qualifications-china/