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Asked by Michael from Poland | Mar. 02, 2013 10:28
About:China Embassy in U.K.

Polish citizen living in Northern Ireland apply for L visa

I'm a Polish citizen with Polish passport living and working in Northern Ireland. Do I need any special documents other than my passport, application form, photo, flight and hotel booking confirmation to apply for tourist visa to China?

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Answered by Lydia from United Kingdom | Mar. 03, 2013 01:53
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You need to provide the original and a copy of your permanent residence or work permit which should be valid for at least half a year (except for those who are visa or permit exempt for residing or working in the UK).
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