visas to china - how complicated does it need to be?

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obanpointer

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Member since 08 Jun 2014

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visas to china - how complicated does it need to be?

just organising tourist visas for a trip to china - what a hassle!! passports, birth certificates for the kids, evidence of itinerary and residence status with a cost of $400 for 4 of us. first and last trip to mainland china!

featheast

Member since 22 Mar 2013

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Sounds much easier than applying aussie visa

airADL

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Member since 25 Mar 2014

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You can buy in Hong Kong lot less hassle or on the border crossing to Shenzhen if you are heading via HK

KK

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Member since 20 Dec 2012

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Don't forget to provide the copies of your passports.

RYS

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Member since 30 Jan 2015

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I've done this a couple of times actually. Seems to be quite straightforward to me. Simply follow the instructions stated in their website.

Chris Chamberlin

Member since 24 Apr 2012

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It can seem a little daunting at first, but after the first time it all seems much easier – just complete the application on the visa website with your expected travel dates and hotel information, print and sign it, attach a passport-sized photo and include with it a copy of your passport photo page and your flight and hotel reservations and you're all done.

Granted there may be different rules for children, though.

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