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Asked by Lil Mclaurin from USA | Jul. 05, 2015 22:33
About:China Consulate in New York

can you be denied a Visa for China if have a criminal record and the conviction was 13 years ago

My husband is not on parole or probation and has a valid passport.

Answers (1)
Answered by Louis from Denmark | Jul. 06, 2015 03:17
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Hey, it depends on what type you are applying for and the grade of the criminal event. If it's just a minor case and you apply for a tourist type, he still has the chance to get the entry permit.
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