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Asked by Mr.sauerbrun from usa | Dec. 30, 2010 16:00
About:China Embassy in U.S.A.

I am currently processing a china visa application for a Double entry valid for six months - We've had a change in itinery that includes Balian. Our current locations are Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong. My understanding is that no visa is required for Hong Kong?What about Balian? The Chinese have restricted multiple entry valid for six months to individuals that have been in the country before. Does anyone know the answer?

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Answered by Mr.JOHNNASH from United States | Dec. 31, 2010 02:14
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It's true that no visa is required to Hong Kong(https://www.travelchinaguide.com/cityguides/hongkong/) for USA citizens. Do you mean you will also visit Dalian? The double entry visa is sufficient for your trip even though you will visit Dalian besides Beijing, Shanghai. It doesn't mean that you need an entry visa to a place within Mainland China. If you visit Beijing, Shanghai and Dalian, then go to Hong Kong, a single entry is sufficient for the trip. If you visit Beijing, Shanghai, then go to Hong Kong, then go to Dalian, you need a double entry visa for your trip.
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