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Asked by Mr.Michael from Ireland | Sep. 23, 2010 10:18
About:China Embassy in Indonesia

I am planning to visit China for one week with my friend (an Indonesian citizen) and her baby daughter. I understand the lady needs a visa but does her daughter (less than 2 years old) also require a visa? If so, what are the fees?

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Answered by Mrs.Maria | Sep. 24, 2010 01:33
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Yes, her daughter also requires a visa to China if she has a seperate passport, if her daughter is on your friend's passport, she doesn't need a seperate China visa, your friend just provide photos of the babay daughter included in her passport.

The fee for her daughter is 300,000 Rupiahs for single-entry visa and 240,000 Rupiahs for Application Service Fees of Chinese Visa Application Service Center in Jakarta.
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