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Asked by Joel Morley from United Kingdom | Oct. 06, 2013 10:15
About:China Visa Entries / Validity / Duration of Stay

Single entry mistakenly used

I had a single entry visa for China and visited Hong Kong this weekend. Now I cannot return to China (Chengdu) where all my luggage and 10 days of work left to complete is. There is 14 days left on the validity, but no more entries. I get the impression I cannot apply for it again from where I am in HK as I am a British national and resident. What can I possibly do to avoid flying back to the UK.

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Answered by Adam from Canada | Oct. 08, 2013 02:22
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Hi, you can apply in HK. If possible, please contact a local travel agency to handle it. As I know, a travel agency inside of HK airport who provides such service.
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