Asked by C | Apr. 17, 2019 04:01
About:China Visa Application Procedure and Fee

are you able to get a visa from a state you don’t live in

I live in Melbourne but am travelling from Sydney to China with a group of people. I’ve never travelled and have no clue on how to get a visa. My group are all going together to get the visa done and I was wondering if you’re able to get a visa in a state you don’t live in? Or does it have to be where you live?

Answers (2)
Answered by Conor from Australia | Apr. 17, 2019 10:34
Hi, I'm from Adelaide, and we have to send our passports to the embassy in Canberra. I'm not sure if there's a consulate in Melbourne that can perform those duties, so you may need to send it there too. I've travelled to China 4 times previously, but if you fill out an application form that you can download online then you send the applications with the passports to Canberra through AusPost, making sure you send an extra mailing bag for return. To answer your question, it doesn't need to be processed in the state you live. You are an Australian, not a Victorian when it comes to international transit
Answered by Al Clark from Australia. | May. 12, 2019 03:48
Adelaide now has a visa office located in King William Street in the city. No need to send anything anywhere else.
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