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Asked by Mr.Eduardo Samuel from Brazil | Jul. 15, 2010 19:16
About:China Consulates in South Korea

Hi there,

I'm a Brazilian student, doing a 2-month internship in South Korea. I plan to visit China and have already bought my plane tickets and everything.

It seems that the consulate does not accept applications from people without an Alien's Card, which I don't have. What should I do in order not to have to cancel my travel plans?

Best
Eduardo

Answers (1)
Answered by Mrs.Mia from China | Jul. 17, 2010 22:55
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You may try this way as others: send our documents back to Brazil(if they do not request the apperance of applicant in person), let your family or friends help with it. As others said above,DO NOT SAY THAT YOU ARE IN KOREA. possibly, you can get a visa. Then, send the China Visa to you. Good luck.
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