Question
Asked by Chicago traveler from USA | Feb. 26, 2015 10:48
About:China Embassy in U.S.A.

I was born in the US. My parents are from China, but are naturalized US citizens. I am an adult.

Will I need to submit my US birth certificate and my parents' US passports to obtain a visa for my trip to China? This is my first time applying for a Chinese entry permit.

Answers (1)
Answered by Ross from Malaysia | Mar. 02, 2015 20:55
00Reply
Hey, you should submit the originals and photocopies of your birth certificate and your parents' passports and Green Card. In addition, you should hand in your passport, a photocopy of the photo page of the passport, a completed application form, a passport style photo, and other documents required by the embassy.
Related Questions:
My parents and I were all born in China so we were all citizens, but my par...
Asked by Ms.Lucy from USA
| Jun. 03, 2009 02:09
1
answer
Visa for baby daughter...
Asked by Carl Sharp from USA
| Jan. 16, 2013 03:36
1
answer
Chinese born American Citizen
Asked by J from USA
| Nov. 22, 2012 01:49
1
answer
How to obtain Chinese visa for HK born without birth certificate?
Asked by May from USA
| Jul. 01, 2015 02:15
1
answer
What visa type should I apply and is the airline ticket required?
Asked by Eva from USA
| Aug. 05, 2015 21:54
1
answer
Hi, I am a naturalized US citizen and was born in Hong Kong(SAR). My questi...
Asked by Mr.Michael Tsang from New York, USA
| Mar. 22, 2011 21:06
1
answer
Ask a Question
Categories:
Question Summary (100 characters)
Details (optional) (2,000 characters)