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Asked by Mrs.Chen from Canada | Jul. 29, 2010 22:07
About:China Consulate in Vancouver

Hi, we are going to China in September with our baby daughter who will be 11-month old then. Would you know,

1. if a visa to China is required for her?
2. if so, is the application at the full fee of $50 (for single entry)?
3. since she can't sign the application form, should I leave the signature section blank or sign for her?

Thank you!

Answers (1)
Answered by Ms.HELPER from China | Jul. 30, 2010 01:34
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1. yes, your baby daughter needs a China visa
2. the application fee is at the full fee of $50 if you daughter has her seperate passport. If she is on your or your husband's passport, she doesn't need to apply for China visa, you just need to provide the photo of your daughter included in your or your husband' passport
3. You can sign the application form on behalf of her
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