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Asked by Jean from Korea, Republic of | Jun. 08, 2011 10:47
About:China Embassy in South Korea

How can I get a China visa if my E-2 visa has only 4 months left when I wish to travel?

I'm a US passport holder, living in Korea on an E-2 visa. I want to visit China. I've been told I need to have a minimum of 6 months remaining on my E-2 visa in order to visit China and be allowed to return to South Korea. Is that true? I've got 2 years remaining on my US passport. I will only have about 4 months left on my E-2 visa at the time I wish to travel.

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Answered by Bob from China | Jun. 10, 2011 03:32
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Yes, it is true that China embassy/consulates in South Korea asks non-Korean applicants to provide valid visa or ARC with at least 6 months remaining validity. You can apply for a China visa when your E-2 visa has 6 months remaining validity, then go to visit China before the expiry date of China visa. The other option is to go to Hong Kong for China visa application, then travel to Mainland China.
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