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Asked by Rodrigo Costa-Felix from Brazil | Sep. 09, 2019 15:58
About:Chinese Embassies and Consulates

Brazilian official passport holder in a meeting at Shanghai

I'm Brazilian and I have an Official Passport from my government. I work for the federal republic of Brazil as a permanent staff. I'll attend to a meeting in Shanghai which will last for 5 days (total of 7 days in China). Is it necessary to apply for a visa?

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Answered by Vernon from Singapore | Sep. 10, 2019 21:00
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No, you are eligible for the visa exemption policy.
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