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Asked by Mr.Poh from Brunei | Jan. 26, 2011 18:17
About:China Embassy in Brunei

Hi,

I'm holding a malaysian passport, staying in Brunei as permanent resident.
is it possible to apply for multiple entry to china?
what is the maximum stay time per entry?

Answers (4)
Answered by Mr.JOHNNASH from United States | Jan. 26, 2011 21:23
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Yes, it is possible for you to apply for multiple-entry visa to China, the maximum stay duration per entry is 180 days, but rare applicants can get it, generally it is 30 days stay duration per entry.
Answered by Mr.Poh from Brunei | Jan. 26, 2011 23:26
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thank you,

if I go to hong kong and return back to china on the same day, can I stay up to another 30 days?
Answered by Mr.JOHNNASH from United States | Jan. 27, 2011 00:03
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yes, you can stay up to another 30 days if you go to Hong Kong and return to Mainland China on the same day.
Answered by Mr.Poh from Brunei | Jan. 27, 2011 03:34
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Is there any requirement for multiple entry visa?
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