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Asked by Mr.Andrew Byrne from Ireland | Feb. 12, 2009 06:33
About:China Embasy in Ireland

Hi,
I am planning to travel around Asia for 4 months, starting in China. I'm looking to obtain a Single-Entry Visa (L Visa) to China. At the end of the visa, I will be traveling on to Vietnam.
Do I need to have a flight booked out of China or is it sufficient to show my travel itinerary as proof that I will be leaving the country at the end of the visa?
I would prefer to travel by land and avoid the expensive of extra flights.
Regards,
Andrew

Answers (1)
Answered by Mr.shane | Feb. 23, 2009 19:36
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Sometimes, you needn't to show your flight tickets to the officers. Just go there and have a try. If they ask you to present flight tickets, then booking a ticket and show to them. Rules can be flexible.
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