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Asked by Esteban from China | Oct. 26, 2015 16:55
About:China Embassy in Chile

Chile entry permit for PRC citizens

I am a Chinese but I have an American visa (F), and based on the new policy of Chile for Chinese visitors, I want to know if I could visit Chile without applying for an entry permit?

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Answered by Geoff from Ireland | Oct. 27, 2015 03:51
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Esteban, if your US F type is valid for at least six months, you don't need to apply the entry permit for Chile.
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