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Asked by Mr.Yan from Saudi Arabia | Oct. 01, 2009 08:49
About:China Embassy in Saudi Arabia

I am a Canadian Chinese (Canadian citizen) plan to visit China and need to get a Chinese visa. The only point is: do I need to bring my original Canadian passport or original Iqama, or both? because it seems I can only get either Iqama or passport with me, but not both. Thanks!

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Answered by Mrs.Sonia | Oct. 05, 2009 03:59
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I get the information from its official website, it seems that the Saudi Iqama and its copy for non-Saudis, Original passport with validity more than 6 months and minimum 2 blank visa pages are both required.
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