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Asked by ajc from United States | Jul. 01, 2012 06:22
About:China Embassy in South Korea

I was wondering if it is possible to apply for a multiple entry visa to China while in South Korea

I'm a US Citizen currently in South Korea. I do not have an alien registration card. I was wondering if it is still possible to apply for a multiple entry visa to China while in South Korea

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Answered by Steven | Jul. 02, 2012 01:47
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I think you may have a try, since the rule may change from time to time. You may also contact the visa office of the China Embassy in South Korea by phone 756 - 7300, 0453, 0456 during 09:00-12:00 &13:30-17:30 from Monday to Friday directly to get an accurate answer.
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