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Asked by Mr.Dechant from Germany | Feb. 24, 2010 07:56
About:China Embassy in South Korea

I am currently in Korea on a student visa (D-4-1) and would like to obtain a tourist visa for China.
Where can I get this: Registered Permanent Residence Book ? Is it sufficient to bring the "alien registration card" instead?
I would be grateful for any help.

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Answered by Ms.JIMMYB from China | Feb. 24, 2010 21:03
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Mr.Dechant, yes, the alien registration card is sufficent for you to apply for Chinese tourist visa. This card is to prove that your are entitled to live in South Korea for a long time.
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