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No, it's not possible. Macau, while a part of China, is outside the Chinese visa area; if he leaves Zhuhai for Macau, his single-entry visa will be used up. See this similar question: Would China to Taiwan and back again count as another entry into China? His options are to a) get a Chinese double or multiple-entry visa, or b) return directly from Macau ...


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Your girlfriend probably doesn't need to appear herself at the police station when you register (although it might make things go more smoothly). You should be prepared with: Your identification (passport) Her identification Her household lease details When I did this, there was no requirement to bring any other people such as from a sponsoring work ...


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The 72 Hour Transit Visa is applicable when you fly from country A to country B via one of the authorized airports in China and wish to stop over. To the best of my knowledge there are no restrictions prohibiting doing it again on the return journey. There are restrictions if you have separate tickets, ie: London to Beijing and then a separate Beijing to ...


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To answer parts 2 & 3, your passport, visa application and supporting documents must be delivered by hand to the Chinese Embassy or Consulate covering the area you reside it. You don't have to physically do this, you can have a visa agency handle the physical aspects. I have used China Visa Service Center ( http://www.mychinavisa.com/ ) in the past for ...


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According to the US Customs and Border Protection Prohibited and Restricted Items page, Food Products (Prepared) You may bring bakery items and certain cheeses into the United States. The APHIS Web site features a Travelers Tips section and Game and Hunting Trophies section that offers extensive information about bringing food and other products ...



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