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Asked by Mr.Michael from USA | Oct. 22, 2009 09:13
About:China Consulate in Sydney

I am a citizen of Australia but living in the US. I travel frequently to China and looking to get a visa. The visa I obtain from the Chinese embassy in New York only allows me to travel twice. I would like to get a long time visa so I wouldn't have to keep going back to New York every time I need to travel. They say I need to get it from Australia since that is where I am a citizen. How can I obtain this and what would be the fee.

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Answered by Mr.Oscar | Oct. 22, 2009 23:09
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I think the China emabssy or consulate in USA could give you exacter answer than we travllers.
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