Asked by Sarah from Canada/Korea | Oct. 11, 2012 06:59
About:China Embassy in South Korea

Canadians teaching in Korea wanting to stop in Bejing for 5 days of transit on way back home ?Visa?

Someone please help ASAP!!!

We are two Canadians who are currently teaching English in Korea. Our contract expires on Oct. 31st, 2012, and our ARC cards expire on November 26th, 2012. Our flights back home are already booked by our school. We are flying out to Beijing on November 2nd, and then we have a flight from Beijing to Vancouver, Canada booked on November 7th, 2012. Do we still need our ARC cards to expire 6 months later if we are applying for a transit visa and not a tourist visa? Someone please help, we are really stressing out about this... If we are not going back to Korea, why would we need an ARC card that expires at least 6 months after our entry to China?


Answers (1)
Answered by Mandy | Oct. 13, 2012 02:36
I heard that the ARC cards to expire 6 months later is not necessarily required by the China Embassy and consulates in Korea. To get the facts, you may try to enquire a local travel agency.
Related Questions:
flights from London to Vietnam via Bejing
Asked by martyna from United Kingdom
| Dec. 13, 2017 04:47
I'm flying from Australia to Germany via Beijing
Asked by Joe from Australia
| Apr. 10, 2018 21:01
Can I travel by train from Bejing to Xian and back during 144 hours.
Asked by C John from Uk
| Jun. 07, 2018 06:40
I m going to travel from LA to Inchon via Beijing and on the way back from ...
Asked by Byoung Song from USA
| Feb. 22, 2017 20:00
Can i purchase single ticket for 72 transit visa?
Asked by Haidar A from Sweden
| Nov. 09, 2016 20:53
Thailand to Bejing with stop in Kunming
Asked by Tobias Bichler from Deutschland
| Jan. 09, 2018 21:46
Ask a Question
Question Summary (100 characters)
Details (optional) (2,000 characters)