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Asked by Lopez from New Zealand | Jul. 10, 2012 22:21
About:China Embassy in Brunei

NZ Citizen for travel to China

Hello,

I am a New Zealand Citizen. It would be my first time to China for the purpose of travel. What visa would I require and what is the maximum stay? How much would the visa cost? What are the requirements for entry? I assume flight in to china and onward travel.

Many thanks for your assistance

Answers (1)
Answered by Joe | Jul. 11, 2012 03:36
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You need to apply for a tourist visa to China. For single entry, you will be granted 30 days stay. Visa fee is BND$55 for single entry. Documents you need are as follows:
1. A valid passport as well as a copy of its information page.
2. Application form V2011A and V2011B.
3. Photo: one recently-taken color photo of 2x2 square inch glued or stapled on the application form.
4. The original and a photocopy of certificates for permit for residence, work, study or valid Brunei visa.
5. Round-way air ticket copy and hotel booking copy for your stay in china (Detailed information of address, contact person and phone number are needed for not staying in hotel.)
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