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Asked by Mr.Carlo from Philippines | Feb. 19, 2009 03:17
About:China Embassy in Philippines

I would just like to know what is the difference between Multiple entry 6 mos and double entry? I understand that Filipinos can stay only for about 30 days in China. What if I need to stay there for about 4-5 months? Should I get a Multiple entry 6 mos visa? Am I allowed to stay there up to 6 months? My company will send me there for training.

PLease reply asap..Thanks

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Answered by Mr.Shane | Feb. 19, 2009 18:42
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1.With a multiple entry visa, you can access China for multiple times within the validity period. "6 mos" refers to the validity period of visa. "Double entry" means you can enter China twice. You probably need an F-visa and apply for a Resident Permit in the local public bureau withine 30 days after your entry. You can stay for a longer time.
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