Asked by Aaron Olafson from USA | Aug. 25, 2016 06:03
About:Chinese Embassies and Consulates

Applying for Z Work Visa FEC during G-20 affect decision making in Hong Kong?

I'm an American in Hangzhou China. I'm currently on a "L" tourist L type at the moment, while waiting for papers are being prepared by the local government here in Hangzhou for the upcoming school year. I just got word from my agency that the papers are ready and I need to head to Hong Kong to apply for the "Z" type. Will it make a difference if I apply for my Z type in Hong Kong knowing that I'm applying to work in Hangzhou, where the G-20 is being held? Basically, if I have all my required documents in order, will the G-20 make a difference in the Embassy's decision in approving my Z type? I've had 4 Z types in the past and 2 of them being approved in Hong Kong, so I'm hoping nothing will go wrong.

Aaron Olafson

Answers (1)
Answered by Allen from South Africa | Aug. 25, 2016 22:09
Aaron, I think the G20 may influence your application. If you are advised to apply for it in HK, you can go there for a try! Of course, you can try to change L type to Z type at the exit and entry administration of the local PSB in Hangzhou.
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