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Asked by Julian from Australia | Mar. 14, 2015 13:37
About:China Tourist Visa

Visa from another country

Hi
I have dual nationality Australian/Italian nationalities and have been living in Europe as an Italian. I want to apply for my Chinese entry permit as an Australian becasue I will then continue my return trip to Australia. Is that possible?
I read something about providing six months of bank statements, is that correct?
Thanks
Julian

Answers (1)
Answered by Luise from Spain | Mar. 17, 2015 01:38
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Hi Julian! Generally speaking, the six months' bank statement is not required. It is only required for a few coutries. However, if you want to apply for the China entry permit at the CVASC branches in Italy, you should hold a resident card with at least six months of remaining validity. Otherwise, you may not submit the application successfully.
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