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Asked by Mr.Kong Ling Teck from Malaysia | Feb. 23, 2010 22:20
About:China Embassy in Singapore

I am going to travel in China in March-April 2010. However, as I travelled too much in the past 5 years, I have only 2 empty pages left. May I know whether I can get the Chinese visa still even if I have two empty pages left? Is there a regulation that says you must have sufficient number of empty pages left in your passport before you can apply for the visa? I am afraid that I can go to China, but cannot come back to Singapore as there is not enough space to chop the stamp. Please help.

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Answered by Mrs.Betty from Singapore | Feb. 24, 2010 01:18
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Mr.Kong Ling Teck, when you apply for Chinese visa, your passport should have at least 2 blank visa pages.
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