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Asked by Mr.Lee from KOREA | Jan. 14, 2010 06:36
About:China Consulates in South Korea

I am a visiting a United States Citizen visiting Busan, Korea. I would like a multi-entry visa to China. Can I obtain one when I visit Hong Kong? Thanks.

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Answered by Mr.Andrew | Jan. 18, 2010 20:50
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If you can provide the certificate that prove you have the need to visit China for many times, you can get a multiple entry visa, if your spouse, children, or parents are Chinese citizens, and your presents related certificates on relationship or invitation from relatives in China, or if you possess real estate in China, and present the original and one photocopy of the registration certificate for ownership under your name, or all the other documents to show the necessity for this kind of visa.
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