Asked by Jack from USA | Feb. 22, 2012 19:38
About:China Embassy in U.S.A.

Are exact dates required for a double entry visa to China?

When I apply for the visa do I need to state the exact date of the second entry? For example, I plan to enter China on May 1 (first entry), then tour the country for several days. Then at some unknown date I want to leave China to visit North Vietnam for a few days, then I want to reenter China to finish my China trip, and finally return to the USA. Do I have to know in advance when I aply for the visa exactly what date I will reenter China from N. Vietnam?

Answers (1)
Answered by Eric | Feb. 23, 2012 03:39
You don't need to state the exact date of the second entry when you apply for a double entry visa to China. Generally speaking, a double-entry visa is valid for 6 months, you just need to use the two entries during the 6 months.
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