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Asked by Ms.Claire from New Zealand | Mar. 08, 2011 21:25
About:China Embassy in South Korea

Hi I have been teaching English in South Korea for almost a year and I would like to travel around China for about one month when my contract is finished. My ARC expires when my contract does (in 1.5months). I read earlier your ARC needs to have 6months vaild. Is it possible for me to get a China visa in South Korea with only 1.5months left on my ARC? If so, can I get it in Busan?
Thank you.

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Answered by Mr.Alvin from China | Mar. 12, 2011 21:39
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You can try to apply for a visa to China from Chinese consulate in Busan, where they issue visas to applicants without ARC or whose ARC is not valid for full 6 months.
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