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Asked by Mr. Dylan from China | Apr. 16, 2010 02:46
About:China Embassy in South Korea

Hi, just a question, i have been looking a lot online and getting mixed results so wanted to check here.
I am in the process of getting a Chinese Z visa sorted, and i am wondering if i can get the paper work done on this in Korea, i.e i go to an agency in Seoul and they can send my documents to the embassy and get my Z visa back, just asking as i have seen some reports stating that the chinese embassy in korea will not issue work visas to non-residents of Korea and as im australian this would be a problem. Thanks

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Answered by Mr.Jason | Apr. 16, 2010 21:50
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You should apply for the China work visa in your home country.
Answered by Mr.Peter | Apr. 17, 2010 22:40
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Mr. Dylan, you can have a try! Its true that the Chinese embassy in Seoul refuses to issue visa to temporary vistors in South Korea in some situations, now, you can submit all required documents for Z visa applcation to one of the travel agencies designated by the Consular Section of the Chinese Embassy, then it will submit the application to the Consular Section of the Chinese Embassy.
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