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Yes, she can. (Friends on an H-1B got single entry Canadian visa.) She will have to show proof of status in the US. You have to create an account here, upload all the required documents (tax returns, proof of status, itinerary, etc), pay a fee and wait for a decision. After decision is reached, she will be able to mail in her passport. Take into account ...


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Yes it is possible, according to this release. If you have previously visited Singapore and have been approved for the visa, you don't have to do anything extra, you'll automatically be granted the 10 year MJV. You'll note anyway that there's nowhere to request that on the visa form PRC nationals need not apply separately for a Multiple Journey Visa. ...


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If you are interested in visiting Taiwan for only upto 3 days, it should be possible to do this without visa as long as you have a connecting flight to a different country.


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The existing answers treat China as if the situation there is very fundamentally different from other countries (like the US). However, residents from both countries have areas that they need a visa for, and areas that don't need a visa/permit at all. Sure, the no-visa country list is shorter for China than the US, but the chinese list will likely keep ...


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Requiring an extra visa or exit permit from citizens is not very common today but historically, that's why passports were invented (and not to restrict immigration) and the reason for that is simple: a large population was seen as the bedrock of power. You need many young people (and especially men) for labor-intensive industries and for the army. In many ...


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Hopefully this wont provoke any politically charged responses, but I believe it (at least to some minor extent) has to do with keeping Chinese people in China. It's very well known that the living conditions in some parts of China, and in some professions (think factory workers) are very bad compared to most of the western world. If you look at ...


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Here is a really interesting site that attempts to explain all the problems that Chinese citizens suffer in order to travel abroad: http://www.why-so-hard-chinese-travel-abroad.com/ Much of it seems to be down to difficulty and cost of acquiring a passport and visas. Passport acquisition: Requires multiple visits to home province irrespective of where the ...


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For a short term visit of less than six months, Australia does not usually require medical examinations, except under certain circumstances. In addition, there are special circumstances surrounding particular threats to public health, such as tuberculosis, HIV, yellow fever, polio, and Ebola. In particular, the following are said about tuberculosis and ...



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