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Asked by Fiona from Ireland | Feb. 05, 2015 05:28
About:China Embasy in Ireland

Northern Irish passport holder resident in Rep. of Ireland

I hold a Northern Irish passport but am resident in the Rep. of Ireland. Can I apply for a visa at the chinese Embassay in Dublin? What extra documents do I need to supply? what is the visa fee for a single entry one?

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Answered by Fay from Honduras | Feb. 06, 2015 03:34
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Fiona, I think you should consult with the embassy directly.

Tel: 353-1-2196651(15:00 to 16:00, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)
Email: chinaemb_iemfa.gov.cn
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