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Asked by Patrick Mccormick from Ireland | Apr. 11, 2015 06:29
About:China Embasy in Ireland

Expensive catch 22

I would like to visit China on a single entry tourist visa travelling on an Irish passport. I intend to arrive in Shanghai and depart from Guangzhou. How common is it to have booked such a return flight only to find the entry permit is denied?
Patrick

Answers (1)
Answered by Venus from Ukraine | Apr. 12, 2015 04:09
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Patrick, normally speaking, if you can provide all required documents pon the officer's request, there is little chance that the application for a tourist L type entry permit will be denied.
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