Asked by Mr.Benni from ireland | Feb. 14, 2011 15:14
About:Chinese Embasy in Ireland

I am an irish citizen,but presently holidaying in Ghana.I intend to visit China for the up coming canton international trade fair in April.I intend to travel to china through Hong kong. How difficult it is to get chinese visa from hong kong?
Do i need to book accomodation before travelling to Hong Kong and China?
Can i get a muiltple entry visa as i am applying from hong kong?
Can i be refused entry to hong kong as an irish citizen?

Answers (1)
Answered by Mr.James from United Kingdom | Feb. 14, 2011 20:58
It is not difficult for Irish citizens to get a Chinese visa from Hong Kong.
You don't need to book accommodation before travelling to Hong Kong and China, the hotel booking is generally not required for visa application, however, April is the busy season of hotel for Canton Trade Fair, you'd better book the hotel in advance, otherwise, it is very very hard for you to find a hotel in Guangzhou.

If you have previous entries to Mainland China, it is possible for you to apply for multiple entry visa from Hong Kong.

You won't be refused entry to Hong Kong as an Irish citizen who enjoy 90 days visa free access to Hong Kong.
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