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Asked by Mr.Richard from China | Dec. 02, 2009 08:09
About:China Embassy in Netherlands

I am a China citizen living in Netherlands with residence permit. In near future need to visit Hongkong for a business trip. Do I need a visa for entry in Hongkong if I have the Residence card of Netherlands? And I need to leave from China for Hongkong due to other issues, am I allowed to enter Hongkong without visa?

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Answered by Mr.Alex | Dec. 06, 2009 03:10
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You need an entry Permit to Hong Kong. If you have onward ticket to Mainland China, you can stay in Hong Kong for up to 7 days without a entry permit. For more inforamtion, you can refer to http://www.immd.gov.hk/ehtml/hkvisas_entry.htm
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