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China Visa Terms
Mar 14, 2017 14:54
guest22157 Does anyone know how I can fix a China visa entry issue?

I and my family of 4 are travelling to China in 2017. We applied in early March for a visa. I and my daughter were given 10 year multi entry visas, while my wife and son were given only 3 month, single entry visas. This created an issue as while in China we will be taking a 6 day cruise to Japan and return to China for a flight home that same day. This will require a reentry into China. My family and I are all U.S. citizens, all born in New York, and have valid passports. My wife's passport expires in 2018, while my son's expires in 2026.

We have sent emails to the NYC consulate to try to explain and rectify the matter but have had no response. Any suggestions?

Mar 15, 2017 03:46
#1  
GUEST04154 Dear, as you will take a cruise from Japan to China and then take a flight to the US on the same day, you can use the free transit policy this time, so I think a single entry is enough for your trip. Don't worry.
Mar 15, 2017 05:12
#2  
GUEST22157 Thanks a bunch. I will look into the transit policy.
Mar 31, 2017 04:40
#3  
GUEST28210 Hi

about 5 of our employees will be attending the international lighting exhibition in china, this will take place in june
i am arranging the trip as to when should we apply for their business visa
and where do i start in arranging everything
Apr 1, 2017 22:09
#4  
GUEST90130 Apply for visas this month. You will probably have to provide additional info like: copies of airline tickets, hotel reservations, etc.
Follow the guidelines at your local Chinese consulate website.
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