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Asked by Earl from Australia | Jun. 09, 2011 00:00
About:China Embassy in Singapore

I have an Australian passport, can i apply for a single entry tourist visa for China from Singapore

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Answered by Julia from China | Jun. 09, 2011 23:12
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Non-Singapore citizens shall provide documents that entitle them to reside for an extended period of time in the Singapore, such as a PR, WP, EP, STP, DP. Temporary visitors to Singapore should apply for a Chinese visa in their own country. For the special case, the visa officer has the rights to make the final decision on whether issuing a visa or not.
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