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Asked by Mr.Jared | Jan. 21, 2011 09:48
About:China Consulates in South Korea

Problem about 6 months validity of alien registration card

Can someone explain to me what the deal is with needing at least six months' validity on your alien registration card to get a visa to China? I've still got about 10 months left but I was planning to visit China about a month or two before I leave Korea. Is this scenario now impossible because of this rule?

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Answered by Mr.Peter from USA | Jan. 22, 2011 04:16
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It means that your Alien Registration Card should have at least remaining validity when you apply for China visa, but it is the visa rule of China embassy in Seoul, the China consulate in Busan doesn't asks applicants to provide ARC with at least 6 months validity, your ARC is accepted.
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