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Asked by Donald Kane from United Kingdom | Dec. 01, 2019 03:44
About:China Visa Application in UK

Age restriction on visa bio requirements.

Previously visited China on a number of occasions before but require a new visa to visit again. I am a male UK born resident aged (73), say that as my birth day is on 15. December 1946 (when I apply for my new visa). Told that there are no requirements or appointments to attend for older applicants for Chinese visa Bio applications, can you confirm. If so can my application be carried out by 1st class Royal Mail service, please attach applicable forms necessary to complete this. Regards, Donald Kane.

Answers (1)
Answered by Diana from United Kingdom | Dec. 02, 2019 19:20
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Yes, it's true that you don't need to deposit your fingerprints at the visa center. However, you need to lodge the application at the visa center counter in person. You can request that the passport is returned by post while lodging the application.
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