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Asked by Y from Trinidad and Tobago | May. 10, 2017 18:06
About:China Embassy in Trinidad and Tobago

Single entry to multiple entry

Hi
I'm a Trinidad passport holder and I'm currently in China with a single entry Chinese visa. Was wondering if it was possible to change it to a multiple entry even though it has not expired. If so what are the costs and requirements?

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Answered by Sherlock from Brazil | May. 11, 2017 04:29
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No, the single entry cannot be changed to multiple entries within China.
If you want to apply for a multiple-entry one, you should go back to your home country to re-apply after the current single entry expires.
Answered by Y from Trinidad and Tobago | May. 11, 2017 08:20
00Reply
Ok Thank you
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