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Asked by Estee from United States | Jun. 30, 2011 13:30
About:China Consulate in New York

I am a citizen of U.S.A, do i need to have a permit/visa to enter HongKong or is Chinese visa enough?

I am planning to travel to other cities as well so i am planning to apply for the Chinese visa, but not sure if i need a separate visa to Hong Kong.

Thanks!

Answers (1)
Answered by Ms.HELLOKITTY from Canada | Jun. 30, 2011 20:18
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If you are a citizen of USA, you don't need a visa to enter Hong Kong because USA passport holders are exempt from a visa to Hong Kong for 90 days.
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