Asked by Angela from USA | Sep. 03, 2013 01:13
About:China Business Visa

New M visa multiple entry cummulative number of days stay per calendar year.

If I were to apply for a 2 year, multiple entry M, is the maximum cumulative days stayed in China still under 180 days (less than 6 months) like the former F policy? Or has the cumulative days for the M changed? Also, I would like to verify if I have a multiple entry, M, each entry duration should not exceed 30 days (or up to max 90 days if I apply for 2 extensions) per entry? Which means in each calendar year, I can come in and out as long as I do not exceed a total of 180 cumulative days? Thanks so much for your help.

Answers (1)
Answered by Jerry | Sep. 03, 2013 22:38
If you got a multiple F before, you can apply for a multiple-entry M valid for half a year or one year this time. I am afraid the one valid for 2 years is not available now. Actually, The consular officer will decide on duration of each entry, it can be 30, 60, 90 or 180 days. If it was issued multiple M for one year with 180 days, that means you can stay for at least 360 days in total if you entry within its validity.
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