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Asked by Susan from USA | Oct. 09, 2016 01:41
About:China Embassy in Argentina

Can an Argentine citizen get a visa for China in another passport if he holds it as well?

I live in Shanghai, and my son lives in Buenos Aires. He will come visit me in December, and we are wondering if the Chinese Consulate in Argentina can give him a visa for China in his US passport rather than his Argentine passport.
Thank you.

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Answered by Joey from USA | Oct. 09, 2016 02:54
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Hi Susan, if he applies from Argentine, I'm afraid he will have to use his Argentina passport rather than the US passport.
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