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Asked by Irving Schwartz from United States | Jan. 12, 2018 12:34
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Cruise passenger Singapore-Tianjin-Hong Kong

My wife and I have valid US passports. We are currently scheduled on a Royal Caribbean Cruise ship leaving from Singapore on April 12th arriving in Tianjin China on the 26th of April at 6AM. My wife and I are planning on staying on the ship which leaves Tianjin 11 hours later at 5pm for Hong Kong. Does this stop over qualify for a TWOV or is a China VISA required for this portion of our cruise?

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Answered by John Doe | Jan. 14, 2018 11:35
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That qualifies for TWOV.
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