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Asked by Sharon | Mar. 08, 2013 07:14
About:China Embasy in Ireland

I am a British citizen applying for a Chinese tourist visa from Dublin,

I don't need so therefore don't have any kind of residence or working permission. What do i do about this?

Answers (1)
Answered by Erica from China | Mar. 09, 2013 02:45
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Hi, you can apply in Dublin if you are exempted from visa/permit to reside and work in Ireland. You can contact the embassy directly at 01-2691707 ext 3 Mobile:0872239198 for confirmation.
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