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Asked by Mr.Md Abu Miyah from Australia | Aug. 04, 2009 01:00
About:China Embassy in Bangladesh

Dear Sir,

I am a Bangladesh citizen studying in Australia (holding Australia Student Visa) now. I would like to make a short trip to China in August, no more than 2 weeks. My de facto spouse is Chinese citizen and I have the invitation letter.

1) Can I apply the "tourist visa" or "family vistor visa" in Sydney China Embassy? Both visas are fine for me.

2) If I have to login the application in Dhaka, may I apply offshore? Since I don't have any plan to go back to Bangladesh now.

Thank you very much.

Answers (2)
Answered by Ms.Anita | Aug. 04, 2009 01:25
00Reply
You can just apply for the China visa from the China emabssy in Sydney.
Answered by Ms.Alex from Hong Kong | Aug. 07, 2009 22:22
00Reply
you should apply for L visa that is issued to aliens who come to China for tourism or visiting relatives.

you just need select the purpose of your visit to China on the Section 2 of the Visa Application Form of the People's Republic of China. Submit requirements for L visa application, such as your passport, one recent passport photo, completed visa application form, invitation letter from your spouse, copy of your Australian student visa and your spouse's passport or ID

The China embassy in Bangladesh don't accept visa application by post, so you can apply for a visa
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