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Asked by Ryan from Canada | Feb. 27, 2013 23:35
About:China Embassy in Canada

Single to multiple entry

Hi,
Quick question here. I'm a canadian born citizen and I have already obtained a single entry visa. I am currently residing with my great uncle in his village here in China. He wants to take me to Maucau for a day, but I know that I would need a multiple entry to do so. Is there anyway to "upgrade" your visa while in China? I have the tourist (L). Thanks

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Answered by Sean from France | Mar. 01, 2013 00:14
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Yes, you need one more entry on your visa if you will re-enter China from Macao. You can visit local PSB for visa extension with one more entry. Go with a Chinese friend if possible for a better communication with the officers there.
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