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Asked by Mr. C Wood from United Kingdom | Dec. 02, 2013 09:23
About:China Embasy in Ireland

I have an Irish passport, but born, live and work in England. Can I get a visa in London?

Hi, I'm planning a trip from London to Shanghai on January 26th to February 10th then I plan to travel to Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam until February 20th. I then return to China for a day then fly back to the UK on the February 21st. Will i need to get a double entry or do I need a transit/ not required at all for staying in Shanghai for a day?

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Answered by Alva from Canada | Dec. 03, 2013 02:36
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If the second entry to Shanghai is a direct transit via Shanghai airport, visa is not required. So a single entry Chinese tourist L is enough for this visit.
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