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Asked by D | Mar. 01, 2013 01:12
About:China Embassy in Australia

Conversion of L to Z while in China?

Is it possible for Australians to convert a L or F to a Z-visa without having to come back to Australia? I was told it can be done in HK, but also heard this loophole has been closed recently. Is it then possible to do the conversion in a third-country in which I do not hold citizenship?

Thanks in advance for any insight.

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Answered by Zack from UK | Mar. 01, 2013 02:49
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Hi, it is possible through agencies, but you know it costs much. So, if your purpose to China is for work, you are suggested to apply for a Z directly in Australia with papers from your employer in China.
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