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China issues new 'five-star card' for foreign permanent residents
Published on: 2023-12-04
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The new version of China's foreign permanent resident ID card, known as the "five-star card" for incorporating the national emblem’s five-star element, is officially rolled out and put into use on Friday. A total of 50 foreigners from more than 20 countries including the U.S., the UK, Germany and Russia, received the first batch of the cards in Beijing.

The 50 foreign residents have made outstanding contributions to China’s economic, educational, technological, cultural, and healthcare sectors among others. They include recipients of the Chinese Government Friendship Award, senior managerial and professional technical personnel working long-term in China, as well as professors and scholars engaged in long-term teaching and research at key universities and research institutions.

At entry and exit service windows in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong and other regions, many other foreign permanent residents also came to inquire about applying for the new “five-star card,” the Global Times learned from public security authorities.

The new version has optimized information storage, enhanced the layout design, and adopted more advanced anti-counterfeiting technology, so as to better protect personal information, the National Immigration Administration (NIA) revealed on Friday.



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