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Asked by Wondering from USA | May. 24, 2012 09:01
About:China Embassy in U.S.A.

I have a criminal conviction for aggravated assault from 1996. Can I get a Visa?

I had an incident in 1996 that had a final disposition of a criminal conviction of aggravated assault decided in February 1999. Would I be able to obtain a Visa and travel to China on business for my company?

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Answered by Melissa | May. 24, 2012 21:41
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Hi,generally speaking,the consular officials would not ask about whether you have criminal record or not, I suggest that when applying the F visa, you can just ignoring your record and just do not mention that. It would not be hard for you to get the visa. Just do not mention your record, otherwise there may be possibility of visa refusal.

Good luck!
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