Hi everyone. I know this is an age old question, but I must ask, what is the best way to handle getting your work permit canceled by an employer who refuses to do so after you’ve quit? Has anyone found an effective way of getting around this problem? My previous employer is not thrilled about me quitting, and has no intention of releasing me from work permit limbo so that I may seek new employment. I was told by the labor affairs bureau that I should ask my old employer again, but I was also told by the national immigration office that my old employer is required by law to cancel the work permit if I’m no longer working there. If they need to cancel it, then wouldn’t they be breaking the law by not doing so? and who would be able to enforce this law? Thank you!!
Also, my employer had asked me to work for nearly a month before even receiving my work permit, which violates the law. Is there any way I could use this to my advantage in getting my permit canceled?