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Asked by Flashpacker from New Zealand | Mar. 16, 2017 19:13
About:China Consulate in Auckland

I was planning on leaving the country by train

I'm planning on taking the Nanning-Hanoi train - but tickets aren't available until 18 days before departure. I won't therefore have a ticket when I apply for a Chinese Visa in NZ (I'm a NZ passport). Is this going tobe a problem?

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Answered by Roy from Argentina | Mar. 16, 2017 21:42
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If you can provide ticket booking record, this won’t be a problem.
Answered by Flashpacker from New Zealand | Mar. 16, 2017 22:39
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I can't provide a ticket booking record because bookings don't open until 18 days before departure. I'm going to be in China for about 25 days and obviously I'll apply for my Chinese visa some 30 days before arrival - so there's no way to get the train booking before I apply for the Chinese visa. I can supply my request to make a train booking - is that sufficient?
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