Hu Xijin: Regulations on permanent residence of foreigners need to be detailed to leave no loopholes to be drilled

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 Hu Xijin: Regulations on permanent residence of foreigners need to be detailed to leave no loopholes to be drilled


After the draft of regulations on the administration of permanent residence of foreigners was published on the Internet on the 27th, a large number of comments were aroused, many of which expressed concerns and objections. Those who objected mainly believed that the regulations were too loose in terms of restrictions on obtaining permanent residency, and worried that the regulations would not attract high-quality talents to China, but would make it easier for illegal immigrants to become legal permanent residences.

As this is just a draft for comments, there is a lot of room for further modification and improvement. As a commentator on current affairs, Lao Hu hoped that relevant departments would listen to the publics opinions carefully and make this legislation solid with the joint efforts of the whole society.

Objectively speaking, as a big developing country with high speed, China will open to the outside world as one of the main driving forces of national progress. It is inevitable that more and more Chinese and foreigners will cross immigrate. It is an urgent matter for the state to formulate regulations on permanent residence of foreigners in order to strengthen the management of this process.

I think the main reason why the public is very sensitive to this issue is that they are not very satisfied with the management of foreigners in China in the past and lack confidence in whether the relevant issues can be eliminated by the enactment of this regulation. Therefore, some details of the bill have been interpreted in the most unfavorable direction.

For example, for a long time, some foreigners have implicit super national treatment in China, and the recognition of no trifles in foreign affairs has a deep brand in our society. Many places in many cases can not help but give some special care to foreigners, or do not want to provoke those foreigners, in case of disputes, they are more inclined to appease them. A typical example is that some schools arrange study partners for foreign students. Many Chinese feel that their self-esteem is hurt and peoples tolerance for this aspect is getting lower and lower. This time, when the regulations on permanent residence of foreigners are promulgated, some people will carefully scan whether the terms in them have this tendency, and ambiguous expressions will lead to various associations.

More importantly, in recent years, there have been more and more illegal immigrants from developing countries in Guangzhou and other places. There are few official solutions to this problem, so people are worried that the regulations will digest illegal immigrants. So you put forward what is high-quality talents and can a doctor from a third tier school knock on the door of China? Some of the questions seem a little extreme, even like finding fault, but the emotions behind them are very real among the Chinese public in recent years.

We need to work out a permanent residence regulation for foreigners that makes sense internationally and is conducive to Chinas further development. At the same time, we need to make the regulation conform to Chinas population reality. We should take all possible problems into consideration, refine them as much as possible, and leave no room for drilling. For example, how to attract real talents from abroad, how to set rights and obligations for overseas immigrants who have the right of residence, how to respond honestly to the concerns of nationals, etc. However, what is more important is how the regulations will be implemented after they are finally passed. China is a country with a large population, and the tide of migration is surging all over the world. Chinas various resources are quite tense. It is really the basic policy direction of Chinese society, which has experienced the pain of family planning for a long time. China is too big. To take good care of these 1.4 billion people and let the Chinese nation get rid of its backwardness is the greatest contribution to all mankind.

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