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Asked by Sam from Germany | Oct. 15, 2015 02:56
About:China Embassy in Germany

Getting a Chinese visa in Germany.

Hello, I've been travelling in Europe and now staying in Germany, I have Dutch passport however I am not a resident there. I am returning to my home in Australia via China, which Consul or Embassy in Germany will give me a PRC entry permit. Any ideas please!. Thank you.

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Answered by Ross from USA | Oct. 16, 2015 03:54
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Sam, you can apply for it at the CVASC office in Germany according to the residence area. By the way, if you just transit in PRC, it's possible that you can use the 72-hour free transit policy, so that the entry permit is not even required. You can check whether you are eligible for the polciy.
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