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Asked by ML from United States | Mar. 06, 2016 02:01
About:China Embassy in Japan

Japanese Citizen living in the U.S.

I am a Japanese citizen holding an ordinary Japanese passport, but residing in the U.S. with a green card. I am flying to Shanghai from the U.S. for sightseeing for 1 week before visiting my family in Tokyo on the way back to the U.S. Do I need to apply for a Chinese Visa?

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Answered by Ruby from Australia | Mar. 06, 2016 02:14
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Hey, you don't need it. As a Japanese citizen, you can enter China freely for a stay up to 15 days.
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