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Asked by Ms.Spence from England | May. 14, 2009 22:36
About:China Embassy in Singapore

Hello, I am an English student currently studying in Shanghai on a single entry visa. I am coming to Singapore for my cousin's wedding in June, and am staying for a week, before returning to Shanghai for two weeks. Is it possible to obtain a 30 day tourist visa for China on a British passport from Singapore? If so, how much will this cost, and how long will it take? Thank you!

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Answered by Ms.Moris | May. 15, 2009 03:51
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It's possible to get a Chinese visa at the Chinese embassy in Singapore. The normal processing time is four working days. The visa fee for single-entry L visa is 50 Singaporean dollars.
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