Asked by John from United Kingdom | Dec. 09, 2016 07:38
About:China Embasy in Ireland

Irish Citizen Living in UK, require multi-entry Visa

I am Irish citizen living & working in the UK, but I am involved in projects in China and so have regular business travel there. If I get my application processed in London I only ever get a double-entry visa which can be quite restrictive. If I applied in Dublin would I be granted a multi-entry visa? Is there any way I can do this remotely? i.e. a processing company who can take my Passport to the embassy if I post it to them.

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Answered by Toby from Canada | Dec. 09, 2016 20:16
If you apply for it in Dublin and you do need multiple entries, you can probably get what you want. You cannot do it remotely.
You need to go back to Dublin for the application. You need to be in the country where you make the application during the process.
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