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Asked by Mr.Jim Lee from USA | Jan. 04, 2011 19:10
About:China Embassy in Japan

My son, who lives with me in Japan, is visiting Beijing with school teachers. He is a US citizen and 14 years old with permanent residency in Japan. Does he have to go to Chinese Embassy with me? Should I make an appointment?

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Answered by Mr.JOHNNASH from United States | Jan. 05, 2011 04:09
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He doesn't need to go to the Chinese embassy with you, you don't need to make an appointment, please drop off the application directly to the visa office of China embassy.
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