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Asked by Stefan from Netherlands | Oct. 17, 2019 03:04
About:China Embassy in Netherlands

Dutch in Hong Kong

Hi, I am currently working (interning) with a Trainee Visa in Hong Kong. I want to apply for the multiple entry visa of 6 months. Is this possible without having a HKID? I am applying for a HKID, but it is unsure if I will get one (not staying 180+ days in HK). The process is taking very long.

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Answered by Anita from United Kingdom | Oct. 20, 2019 19:43
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Since you don't have a HKID, the possibility for getting a multiple entry visa for mainland China in Hong Kong is little.
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