Asked by SL Huang from Singapore | Feb. 18, 2016 09:32
About:China Visa Entries / Validity / Duration of Stay

How to calculate length of stay for exemption period?

I'm singaporean and visiting China from 12th - 27th Mar. It is 16 days if I count both arriva and departure dates. I read for the visa, the count of length of stay starts from the day after the date of entry. So do I still have to apply an entry permit for my travel dates? Or am I within the exemption period?

Answers (2)
Answered by Ann from India | Feb. 18, 2016 21:24
Dear, the 15 days starts from the date of entry, but your visit will last for 16 days. I’m afraid you don’t qualify for the exemption and need to apply for an entry permit. Or you can contact with the CVASC and confirm that.
Answered by vivian qian from Singapore | Aug. 15, 2019 19:23
HI,I have a same question with you, I will visit China from 13th-28th Dec 2019. Do you know is it still within the exemption period? Thank you very much.
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