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Asked by Mr.Stephen from Australia | Sep. 21, 2009 07:51
About:China Embassy in Australia

I am an Australian citizen who has been working for the WHO in Geneva. My contract is finished and I no longer have a carte de legitimation, and I am travelling back to Australia in early October. I plan to travel through Beijing on the way home and wonder whether it is possible to obtain a visa for China in Switzerland before I go. Someone told me I need to have the carte de legitimation in order to get a visa in Switzerland. Can you you please advise me?

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Answered by Mr.Hilary | Sep. 21, 2009 20:09
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Yes, you may need the carte de legitimation if you want to apply for China visa in switzerland.
Below is the web address of the official website of the China emabssy in Switzerland, hope you can find some help info.
http://www.china-embassy.ch/ger/ (German)
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