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Asked by Heather McDonald from Belfast Northern Ireland | Nov. 01, 2013 09:50
About:China Embasy in Ireland

If residing in Northern Ireland, can we apply for a Chinese visa from Dublin?

Hi, we are 2 British, 1 Irish and 1 Spanish students hoping to visit China to attend an international competition in December. Can we apply through Dublin and travel down from North of Ireland to complete our appication?

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Answered by Abel from U.K | Nov. 02, 2013 02:08
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I am afraid not. You need to apply through CVASC in Edinburgh if you reside in Northern Ireland. BTW, if you can not visit the center in person, you can apply by post. It is suggested that you use Royal Mail Post to deliver your application.
The address:
2nd Floor, Exchange Tower,19 Canning Street, City of Edinburgh, EH3 8EG, UK.
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