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Asked by Ms.jENG from Philippines | Oct. 06, 2010 01:11
About:China Visa Exemption

Hi, My mother in law and father in law came to united states and they are immigrant there. And now they are here in the philippines> we will go to china on nov 12 - 15, do we need to apply them a visa ?

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Answered by Mr.Joe from China | Oct. 06, 2010 21:47
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Yes, they need to apply for visas to enter China.
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