Asked by Ms.Masha | Jun. 17, 2010 07:21
About:China Visa

I have had a normal 6 month multiple entry china visa once before but since I am applying for a business visa this time, is it more complicated to get the 6 month/ 1 year multiple entry business visa than just a single entry business visa?
If I do apply for the multiple entry business visa, and I am not granted a multiple entry, will the visa officer just give me a single entry business visa or would they simply deny me of the visa if I cannot get the multiple entry business visa for some reason?
Thank you

Answers (1)
Answered by Mr.Adam | Jun. 20, 2010 04:40
He will issue you a single-entry visa if you can't get the multiple-entry business visa, please don't worry, have a try to apply for the multiple-entry visa.
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