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Asked by Peter Williams | Oct. 02, 2012 15:03
About:China Consulate in Los Angeles

Transit Visa - can it be multiple entry?

My boss is traveling to North Korea through Beijing and will need to enter China twice. Is that allowed with a transit visa? Or will he need to get a tourist visa?

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Answered by Amber | Oct. 06, 2012 02:11
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Hi, does your boss is in transit only both times? if yes, visa is not required if he depart within 24 hours without leaving the airport.
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