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Asked by Ms.Esther from American | Aug. 23, 2010 09:33
About:China Embassy in UAE

I just received my letter from employer here in UAE. Since I have resigned, they mentioned my final date of employment (Sept 11). In which case...will the chinese embassy in the UAE still grant me a visa? Or should I now go to Dubai???

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Answered by Mr.JOHNNASH from China | Aug. 24, 2010 02:21
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I guess that the Chinese embassy in UAE won't give you a visa to China because UAE resident visa valid for more than 6 months is required for applicants other than UAE nationals. Your employment will end on Sep.11, 2010, therefore, I think that you UAE residence permit won't have 6 months validity. Anyhow, you can have a try, if you are refused, you can go to Dubai try again.
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