Asked by Michael from New Zealand | Dec. 22, 2014 00:09
About:China Embassy in Thailand

Do visa applications to China often get declined?

I am a New Zealand citizen and my girlfriend is a malaysian citizen with permanent residence in New Zealand. We have an invitation letter from my aunty in China however we plan to travel to China from Hong Kong via ferry and so we don't have any flight itineraries. We are worried that we will not get a visa in time to go to China. From your experience, is it difficult to obtain one from Bangkok? We also have no criminal records or anything like that.

Thanks in advance!

Answers (1)
Answered by Jack from Iran | Dec. 22, 2014 21:38
Michael, many foreigners from USA, UK or other countries apply for the L type successfully in Thailand. If you have the invitation letter, round-trip air tickets and hotel reservation are not required. I personally think that you have great chance of getting the L type successfully. However, the consular officers still have the final say. If you are worried, you both may apply in New Zealand.
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