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Asked by Ms.Jessica from USA | Jan. 21, 2010 14:33
About:China Embassy in U.S.A.

I have a layover in Guangzhou, China (from USA) for 12 hours and then a week later for 33 hours (going back to USA) and I plan on leaving the airport both times, I hold a USA passport, I need a double entry visa correct?

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Answered by Mr.leeovisa from China | Jan. 22, 2010 00:08
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Visas are not required of aliens who hold air tickets to the final destination and have booked seats on international airliners flying directly through China, and will stay in a transit city for less than 24 hours without leaving the airport.
Thus 1-entry is enough.

BTW, the China visa fees are the same for 1-entry, 2-entry or multiple-entry ones for US citizens. You'd better apply for a double-entry or multiple-entry one.
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