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Asked by Saad Siddique from Pakistan | Sep. 22, 2012 09:54
About:China Embassy in Pakistan

I have a regular Pakistani Passport, am I exempted from Visa?

Hi, I have a regular Pakistani Passport as regular citizen, am I exempted for my Visa Fee for China and Hong Kong? (Actually, you have written official Pakistani passport, so I am getting confused here).. If so, Do I need to present my passport at the port of Entry in Mainland China and Hong Kong or do I need to have visa stamped first? Should I need to come visit personally or can I courier it to Islamabad?

Thanks!

Answers (1)
Answered by Steve | Sep. 22, 2012 22:37
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You do need a visa to mainland China and Hk, and you should get them in advance from the embassy or consulate of China in your living place. You must do it in person or entrust a travel/visa agent. Mail application is not accepted.
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