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Asked by Natalia from Singapore | Jan. 15, 2013 17:52
About:China Embassy in Singapore

Canadian boy travelling to China

MY son is a Canadian citizen and he is living in Singapore on a dependent pass. He is going to visit his Aunt/Uncle living in Shanghai. Does he need a visitors visa? How long does it take to process the Visa.
Besides a passport, will he need any other documents confirming his visit? He is only 16, is it safe for him to travel alone? Thank you kindly for your response!

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Answered by Edward | Jan. 16, 2013 03:46
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Visa is required for him to visit shanghai. The processing is 4 working days from the embassy or CVASC in Singapore. If he goes to China for family visit, an invitation letter from his Aunt/Uncle is required, as well as copies of their passport, work visa and residence permit in China. Don't worry, it is ok for him to travel alone.
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