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Asked by Debendra Shrestha from United States | Aug. 14, 2018 18:39
About:China Visa

Transit visa requirement. I am US citizen

returning from Kathmandu to Los Angeles. I have two stops in China. First one is in Chengdu for 2 hours layover. My 2nd stop is at Jinan briefly to add new passengers or refuel. But airline is going to unboard old passengers first and go through security check and return us to same flight. Do I need to get transit entry permit?

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Answered by Diego from UK | Aug. 15, 2018 19:13
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You don't need a transit G type if your total layover time in mainland China is within 24 hours.
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