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Asked by Adrian from Korea | Jan. 03, 2014 05:40
About:China Embasy in Ireland

Irish Citizen working in Korea looking to get Chinese Visa

I am planning a trip to mainland China including Tibet in March of this year. I am currently working and living in South Korea. Apparently I cant get a Chinese type unless I have at least 6 months left on my Korean Alien Registration Card, which I don't have and the card doesn't expire until March 31st. Can I obtain one through the Chinese embassy in Dublin if I post my passport there before this date? Thanks in advance, any advice would be great.

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Answered by Jenny from Germany | Jan. 05, 2014 03:13
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Well, as far as I know, Chinese embassies don't accept mail applications any more. If possible, you can fly to Japan and apply for the L type there.
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