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Asked by Darren Dennehy from South Korea | Oct. 29, 2012 14:34
About:China Embassy in South Korea

Family holiday to China from SK

I am Irish born, and living in South Korea. My family plan to come to Korea in May/June. I have just reissued my ARC card at the beginning of this month, giving me only 6 months (up until March) to go to China.

How long does the VISA last for, could I get a one in March, and use it a month or two later?

Would there be much difficulty getting it for my parents, living in Ireland.

We'd look to stay in China for about a week if possible... Any information would be really appreciated

Regards,
Darren

Answers (1)
Answered by Alvin | Oct. 30, 2012 04:40
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A single entry China visa is valid for 3 months from issue date. You can apply one or two months earlier than travel. For your parents, they should apply in Ireland. ARC valid for 6 months is required when apply in South Korea.
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