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Asked by Anne from Ireland | May. 28, 2014 18:38
About:China Embasy in Ireland

Hi I'm Irish passport holder living in Singapore but will travel home to Ireland

I'm an Irish passport holder and temporarily living in Singapore. I will travel to Ireland tonight (5/29) for 2 weeks and will plan to be in Beijing on 6/17. I am wondering, can I apply for a double entry 6 month business visa from Ireland even though I am currently resident in Singapore? I plan to stay in Beijing for 7 days. I have had 5 China business type prior to this and have invitation letter. Thanks for your answer!

Answers (3)
Answered by Cora from United Kingdom | May. 29, 2014 04:44
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Yes, of course you can apply for it in Ireland.
Answered by Alanna from Ireland | Jun. 02, 2014 05:50
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Hi, Thanks for your response. How long does it take and do I need to make an appointment at the China Embassy in Dublin, or is it walk in? Thanks. Alanna
Answered by Ann from Nepal | Jun. 04, 2014 03:57
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You needn't make an appointment in advance. It takes around four working days.
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