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Asked by Cheng from USA | Sep. 01, 2012 13:41
About:China Embassy in U.S.A.

What is the requirement to visit China for the Chines born US citizen without any Chinese ID?

In accordance with my parents and grandparents's statements, I was born in China in 1952 and left there to HK at age of two years old. There was no any official Chinese ID for me at the time I was in China. Today, I would like to take a tour to China. They required a Chinese passport that I don't have. What is the additional requirement for me to have the Chinese visa to visit China?

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Answered by Vivien | Sep. 01, 2012 22:47
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Your case is special, so you'd better contact the embassy or consulate of China in your living place to consult about this directly in order to make the thing clear and to get the China visa successfully.
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