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Asked by Ms.joanne from australia | May. 06, 2009 17:48
About:China Consulate in Sydney

Hi, I am an australian passport holder, also a dual resident of hk and australia, with a hongkong identity card. What is the longest validity for a visa that I can apply for? I heard it is 5 years, or is that, only if I do it from hongkong? Please email and advise me of the correct information and costs.. Also I could not open the application form.

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Answered by Mr.Johnny from China | May. 06, 2009 22:45
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Ms. joanne, are you going to apply for a Chinese long-term visa? Chinese D visa (resident visa) is a long-term visa. To get a D visa, you must meet some strict requirements. You must have a Chinese residence permit beforehand.
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