Question
Asked by Hannah from Ireland | Jul. 22, 2019 08:29
About:China Embasy in Ireland

Travelling long term, can't apply from Ireland.

Hi,

I am travelling for 2 years, and am currently in Georgia. I want to go to China but I don't know how I can apply without being in Ireland?

Thanks,

Hannah

Answers (3)
Answered by Cindy from USA | Jul. 23, 2019 02:31
00Reply
Hannah, it is possible for you to apply in Georgia.
Answered by Hannah from Ireland | Jul. 29, 2019 07:10
00Reply
Hey Cindy,

According to sources online China will only accept applicants for visas from the country they are resident in? I am now in Azerbaijan now and am going to try my luck tomorrow but I don't think they will process it as I am a tourist. Wondering if any one can recommend either an embassy on route they have successfully managed to get a visa at or a company who i can pay to get my visa for me form Ireland or UK?

Thanks

Hannah
Answered by Cindy from USA | Jul. 29, 2019 18:24
00Reply
Dear, if you can provide legal stay in Georgia, it is possible for you to apply there. Have a good luck.
Related Questions:
UK passport holder; long term resident in Ireland; Supp Visa App Form
Asked by John H, Ireland
| Jun. 13, 2013 02:24
1
answer
Tourist Visa application in Dublin
Asked by monica from Northern Ireland
| May. 29, 2013 03:16
1
answer
I have a US passport applying for a tourist visa. Is the maximum for the vi...
Asked by Jon from USA
| Apr. 01, 2017 21:55
1
answer
Why cant i post away for my holiday visa to China. Do i have to apply a mon...
Asked by Mrs.Debbie 'OSullivan from Ireland
| Aug. 04, 2009 22:06
1
answer
I'm Malaysian student, planning to travel from Prague to Kuala Lumpur overl...
Asked by Maru from Malaysia
| Feb. 06, 2015 02:07
1
answer
Hi, I am an Irish citizen travelling from the USA to China in September. I ...
Asked by Mr.Darren
| May. 20, 2009 22:52
1
answer
Ask a Question
Categories:
Question Summary (100 characters)
Details (optional) (2,000 characters)