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Asked by Aiks from Australia | Mar. 17, 2016 00:14
About:China Embassy in Japan

Japanese citizen living in Australia visiting China for work (less than 2 weeks)

Hi, I'm a Japanese national living under Permanent Resident visa category in Australia;
I need to go to PRC for work (Shenyang and Shanghai), duration is less than 2 weeks. Does anyone know if I need to apply for a China M-category business type or not? Many thanks!

Answers (1)
Answered by Julius from Ireland | Mar. 17, 2016 04:15
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Aiks, I don't think you should apply for the M type entry permit. As you are a Japanese citizen, you can enjoy the 15-day free entry policy. Remember that the 15-day period counts from the day on which you arrive.
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