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Asked by Ms.Celine from Singapore | Jun. 01, 2010 20:16
About:China Embassy in Singapore

I am a Malaysian passport holder and currently working in Singapore. I would like to apply for a single entry 3-month visa to China from Singapore. How much do I need to pay for this? Is it SGD 50 or is there other service fee that I have to pay? Thanks.

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Answered by Mrs.Betty from Singapore | Jun. 01, 2010 21:11
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Ms.Celine, now the total amount of the fees to be paid by an applicant = visa fees application service fees, the single-visa fee is SGD 50, the application service fee is 25 (tax inclusive)for 4 working days regular service, therefore, you should pay for SGD 75 in total. Now, you have to go to the Chinese Visa Application Service Center to submit visa application.

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