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Asked by Mr.KALLISTAMIST000 from Australia | Aug. 11, 2010 01:14
About:China Embassy in Australia

Dear sir/madam
I'm an Australian citizen currently visiting South Korea. I would like to travel to China for 2-3 weeks but do not yet have a flight ticket to China. Will I need to show a flight ticket (either one way or return) to obtain a tourist visa? Also, how long will it take approximately to get this visa from Seoul? Is it preferable to purchase the ticket first and then apply for a visa?
Greg Marr

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Answered by Mrs.Vivian from Australia | Aug. 12, 2010 01:50
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Mr.KALLISTAMIST000, you have to apply for a China visa through one of the travel agencies designated by China embassy/consulate in South Korea, now the important requirements is the Alien Registration Card valid for at least for 6 months rather than the flight ticket. If the flight tickets are required, you can book it through the travel agencies, however, I don't think you can get a China visa in South Korea because you don't have the alien registration card. Now aliens other than Korean can't get a China visa from China embassy in Seoul if they don't have the alien registration card valid for 6 months, but they still have a chance to get it from the China consulate in Busan, but you even don't have the alien registration card valid for less than 6 months. You can't get the visa from the China consulate in Busan, either.
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