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Asked by Mr.Webb from UK | Mar. 20, 2011 21:41
About:China Consulate in Auckland

Hello,
I am a British citizen and would like to visit China on my round-the-world trip, arriving in June for 6 weeks. I would like to enter China from Vietnam, then visit Hong Kong, then travel up to Shanghai, fly to Japan for 2 weeks then return to Shanghai. I will then go to Beijing and get the Trans-Siberian Railway to Moscow. Will I need a multiple-entry visa?

I'm currently in New Zealand - would I be able to apply for my visa from Auckland? Is the Embassy open at the weekend?

Many thanks!

Answers (1)
Answered by Ms.ENID from China | Mar. 20, 2011 23:02
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Yes, you need to apply for a multiple entry visa to China. And you can submit your visa application to Chinese consulate in Auckland on their working days only during 09:00-12:00 (for Application, Monday-Friday.
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