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|Dec 25, 2009 06:36|
|My Chinese lady came to UK to see me, she had to supply lots of info as did I for her to get her visa, without that info they wouldnt let her leave.|
It showed she had money and job plus a job to return to, I had to prove I had enough money to support her for 6 months even though she was visiting for 2 weeks.
Basically all this was done weeks before as that was her visa application, I really cant believe that she got as far as boarding a plane before they said no. Sounds a bit odd to me.
|Dec 25, 2009 21:23|
|Sometimes they did ask during the checkin, it happened once to my Chinese niece. |
|Jan 18, 2010 20:32|
|GUEST42232||I have now a friend who is in China who arrived there last sunday and they had him keep on hold for they are asking for a BTA of $2500 as part of there procedure as they say.|
Is this really so?
|Jan 19, 2010 04:22|
|The info from US Consulate is official, with authority. You should have sent her e-tickets instead rather than money. Whatver, I hope it ends well.|
|Jan 19, 2010 20:40|
|Same here, it's starting to sound like a scam but I hope it isn't, for the faith in humanity. Good luck!|
|Jan 19, 2010 21:38|
|Goodness, 3000 USD is a LOT of money in China! It would be enough for me to live for a year.|
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