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Asked by Mr.Alex from Japan | Mar. 06, 2009 09:05
About:China Embassy in Japan

Hi,

I am a Canadian living in Japan. I have a long term visa. I am planning on visiting China on a tour 2 weeks before moving away from Japan. I have no Japanese re-entry permit, so when I leave Japan I will lose my visa and must re-enter as a tourist.

Can I get a tourist visa to enter China?

Answers (1)
Answered by Ms.Lilian from China | Mar. 08, 2009 20:06
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Mr.Alex,If now you hold a JAPANESE LONG-STAY VISA(MORE THAN ONE YEAR), I think it is possible for you to get a tourist visa to enter China.
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