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Asked by Beth Harper from United Kingdom | May. 26, 2015 10:46
About:China Embassy in France

I am a British student currently living in Paris and want to apply for a Chinese tourist visa.

Will I have any problem applying for it in Paris if I am not French? Obviously, within the EU we do not have need of residence permits and I am only living in Paris as an exchange student for a year.

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Answered by Simona from Indonesia | May. 27, 2015 02:26
10Reply
Beth, no problem, you can apply from Paris. Since you don't need the residence permit, your passport will suffice for proving you reside in France legally.
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