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Asked by Don from USA | Apr. 13, 2015 17:31
About:China Embassy in U.S.A.

I am a Chinese citizen and a permanent resident of US. Do I need a Hong Kong visa?

I plan to fly from US to Hong Kong via Beijing, then take a boat from the HK airport to Zhuhai.

Answers (1)
Answered by Grace from Finland | Apr. 15, 2015 04:17
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Hi, you should hold a pass for traveling between Hong Kong & Macau and Mainland. To enter Hong Kong, an endorsement should be added to the pass.
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