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Asked by Mark McCann from USA | Sep. 20, 2013 20:04
About:China Consulate in San Francisco

age restriction

Dear Honorable Person;
I’m trying to find out about any age problem (restriction) that I may encounter in teaching English in China. I just turned 65, 6 days ago turn. I could provide a medical exam certifying my health and fitness. Also please tell me if I’d need to provide international medical insurance; and would this help my employ-ability.
Sincerely,
Mark McCann

Answers (1)
Answered by andy from Canada | Sep. 20, 2013 21:42
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There is no age restriction. However, some people say that it's difficult for people older than 65 years to acquire the visa. By the way, I looked it up on the website of the Chinese embassy in the USA. It doesn't mention about international travel issurance.
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