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Asked by Naomi from Canada | Jun. 05, 2012 01:15
About:China Embassy in South Korea

Canadian without ARC but has visited China within the last 2 years

As for applying for Chinese Visa as a Canadian visitor in Korea, I read somewhere today that if you don't have the alien registration card but have visited China within the last 2 years, you are exempt. Is this correct information? I was in China on an F Visa last year. Thanks!

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Answered by Alvin | Jun. 05, 2012 01:44
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That may not be ture. ARC valid for more than 6 months are required if you want to apply in Korea. Here you are suggested to apply for a China visa in HK or send back your application to Canada.
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