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Asked by Stuart Dymond from United Kingdom | May. 24, 2013 11:59
About:Hong Kong Visa Policy

If I enter Hong Kong on business, does this constitute use of one of the entries to China on my visa

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Answered by Loren from Australia | May. 25, 2013 01:33
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No, HK, as well as Macao, have different visa regulation from mainland. So, the entry to HK will not be counted an entry on your visa.
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