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Asked by Vee from United Kingdom | Jul. 03, 2019 07:15
About:China Embassy in U.K.

Irish passport but lives in Northern Ireland.

As a resident of Northern Ireland I can be dual nationality but have an Irish passport. Can I apply to Chinese Embassy in Belfast for a visa ?

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Answered by Betty from United Kingdom | Jul. 04, 2019 00:30
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Yes, as you are a residence in Northern Ireland, it's possible to apply from the CVASC in Belfast.
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