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Asked by Mrs.M from Philippines | Feb. 28, 2011 19:25
About:China Embassy in Philippines

Good Day!

My husband is a Chinese national born here in the Philippines, both parents abandoned them when my husband & his siblings were kids & their parents nowhere to be found. He is now 36 years old, is there a way for him to have a Chinese passport?

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Answered by Mr.golez from China | Mar. 08, 2011 06:19
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Honestly in the world rankings the philippines passport is ranked higher than the chinese passport. filipinos can visit more non visa countries than chinese passport holders.
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