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Asked by Fiona from Northern Ireland | Sep. 25, 2013 06:14
About:China Embasy in Ireland

I have an Irish passport, but live in Northern Ireland (UK). Do I apply for a visa in Dublin?

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Answered by Shalley from United Kingdom | Sep. 27, 2013 01:32
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You can apply through CVASC in Edinburgh, it is ok as well if you prefer to apply in Dublin.
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