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There are millions of people worldwide holding EEA residence permits and at least 350 thousand of them are Chinese citizens. The permits are well known by airline employees since they are fairly standardised across the participating countries: You won't have any problems departing for your destination. Source: done it myself numerous times.


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This is unsubstantiated. I worked in the UK for several years (IT worker) and met a few people who had worked in China (teaching English, among other things) and they had zero issues getting visas. It's one of those cases where you hear stories about visas (you hear a LOT from expats, it's just one of those things) and the rule is - until you see it written ...


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According to travelchinaguide.com that is not necessary: Question: I’m traveling to China with my Iphone, Ipad, and MacBook. Do I need to declare them and pay the tax when I enter China? Answer: You do not need to declare and pay the tax for your personal items, such as smart phone, tablet PC, laptop, and digital camera, if within reasonable ...


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To apply for a six month multiple entry visa, you need to have previously had (and used) either two single entry visa or one double entry visa. In order to apply for a one year multiple entry visa, you need to have previously had a six month multiple entry visa. These are the rules for US citizens, but I imagine the qualification aspects would be the same ...


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On my previous trip I ended up getting my Chinese visa in Vientiane, Laos. The price was much lower than in Australia. I picked it up the day after I applied for it. The consulate never had more than two or three other customers so no queues and waiting and the staff were available for "what do I put on the form here" type questions. The only hard thing ...


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Currently no new permits are being issued for travel before April 1 and all travelers in Tibet at the moment have to exit the country by 15 February. If you plan to fly in via China, you will need to apply first for a Chinese Visa (standard tourist visa). Then through the tour company arranging your Tibetan travels you apply for a Tibet Travel Permit. If ...



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