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Asked by Gareth from Ireland | Mar. 01, 2012 15:06
About:China Embasy in Ireland

Visa application process for Irish and for British passport holders

Hi,

I am a Irish passport holder. Do i have to go to Dublin to make the visa application in person or can the application be made anywhere else in north or southern Ireland?

My girlfriend is a British passport holder. Can she make the application in Northern Ireland or in Dublin?

Thanks,
Gareth

Answers (1)
Answered by Alvin | Mar. 02, 2012 21:19
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You should submit your China visa application to the embassy or consulate in the place where your passport was issued. In your case, Dublin is all right. The application can be submitted by others instead if all required documents are well prepared. Non-Irish Passport Holders who reside or work in Ireland also need provide Residence Permit and Work Permit. If she do not have these, she needs to and better apply in UK.
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