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Asked by Isabella from Canada | Nov. 12, 2013 22:12
About:China Consulate in Vancouver

Name on ticket

I have a Canadian passport and valid H港澳居民來往內地通行證. I will be travelling from Vancouver to Beijing (direct flight via Air Canada). My name on the passport and the 港澳居民來往內地通行證 are different (one has my Chinese name, one doesn't). Which name should I use on my airline ticket?

Many thanks.

Answers (1)
Answered by Elvis from USA | Nov. 13, 2013 03:25
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As I know, the 港澳居民來往內地通行證 can only be used to enter mainland from Hong or Macao. If you fly directly from Canada to mainland PRC, you should better buy ticket with your passport. You are suggested to contact the airline for more details if they accept 港澳居民來往內地通行證 as proof of entry to PRC allowed.
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