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Asked by Megan from United Kingdom | Jul. 26, 2012 06:11
About:China Embasy in Ireland

Northern Irish in need of a Student Visa.

If I am a Northern Irish resident, holding a british passport, can I travel to dublin to apply for my visa?

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Answered by Alvin | Jul. 26, 2012 22:56
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You can not apply for China visa in Dublin unless you are residing and working in Ireland. You need to submit your visa application to Consulate-General of P.R.China in Edinburgh.
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