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Asked by Noreen from United Kingdom | Feb. 10, 2018 18:14
About:China Embasy in Ireland

Do I need appointment to apply for Chinese visa in Dublin. I have Irish passport.

I live in UK but I have Irish passport , I plan to holiday in Ireland before traveling to China. Can I apply for entry permit in Dublin embassy and do I need appointment. Thank you, Noreen

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Answered by Benson from Denmark | Feb. 11, 2018 01:50
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Noreen, you can apply for visa in Dublin embassy, and you don't have to make appointment for the visa application. No need to worry.
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