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Asked by Ms.Mok from Australia | Jul. 05, 2010 06:31
About:China Consulate in Sydney

I am wondering, if say I am an Australian Citizen, and also holding an Hong Kong Identity Card. But also I am holder of a identity card, which I applied from Hong Kong that allows me to go through to China.
I am planning to go to Shanghai for a week and half, so since I am also holder of Australian passport, would I still need to apply for visa to enter into China?

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Answered by Mrs.Vivian from Australia | Jul. 06, 2010 04:31
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If you hold the Exit & Enter Permit of Mainland China for HKSAR resident (commonly known Home Return Card), you don't need a visa to Mainland China. The Hong Kong Identity Card can't allow you to enter Mainland China.
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