SHANGHAI EXIT-ENTRY ADMINISTRATION BUREAU ON VISA AND RESIDENCE PERMITS FOR THE 2010 WORLD EXPO

Shanghai, China - April 26, 2010 - The Shanghai 2010 World Expo is expected to draw 70 million visitors to Shanghai, creating concerns about entry and exit access for foreign investors and visitors to China. AmCham Shanghai will hold a Chinese government briefing on exit-entry visa resolutions on Thursday, May 6 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Mr. Cai Baodi of Shanghai¡¯s Exit-Entry Administration Bureau (Shanghai Municipal Public Security Bureau) will be invited to share up-to-date policies and procedures for visa service and residence permit applications. Mr. Cai will also share and answer questions on how the Exit-Entry Administration Bureau will implement its management plans for the 2010 World Expo.

¡°We have an active visa practice in China and have successfully assisted our clients on visa issues for over ten years,¡± said Edward E. Lehman, Managing Director of Lehman, Lee & Xu. ¡°As lawyers for the Expo and member of AmCham Shanghai, we will be able to help our clients as well as members of AmCham Shanghai with their visa issues.¡± added Mr. Lehman.

For more information about Lehman, Lee & Xu, as well as a full listing of the firm, please visit the firm's website at www.lehmanlaw.com or feel free to e-mail the Shanghai office at mail@lehmanlaw.com.



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