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Asked by K.R.Graham from New Zealand | Jun. 24, 2019 15:46
About:China Embassy in New Zealand

Visa Application: criminal convictions

Hi There--I'm interested in going to China in may next year. On the visa application re: criminal convictions--I had a drink driving conviction in 1976 when I was 20 which resulted in a limited license and a fine--nothing since.Would my visa application be successful?
Many Thanks,Ken

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Answered by Leona from Ireland | Jun. 24, 2019 23:19
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As the case is minor and it has been so long, I bet you have a great chance to get your visa.
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